I frequently am not amused with the Quality of Service provided by Charter Spectrum. The National Broadband Map is not up to date so I may be missing out on any viable alternatives in my local area. Of course, then again, is it the NTIA hosting the map or is it actually a data product hosted by the FCC? That's a spot of bother as these things changes hands over time. The data from the FCC shows a bleak map in late 2017 as to provider options in Ashtabula which contrasts a bit with Boulder City, Nevada. Of course, American Samoa has no broadband. John Ringo would be pleased that Edisto Island is at least served by somebody.

Don't get me started on the definition of Broadband Radio Service and how the Commission's Rules (the Federal Communications Commissions, that is) do provide a means for licensing a tremendous fixed mesh network...