I understand that the team has looked into this and has opted not to do this. I would like to at least talk about this for a little bit and maybe get some feedback from the community. With Comcast at least this is what I have noted. I top out at 16 Mbps or 2.0 MB/s, if I reduce the speed to 1.9 MB/s for 30 seconds and then hit the reset button the speed boost kicks in again. I get a burst of 5.5 – 6.3 MB/s for what I assume is the first 50 Meg of the download. I understand the desire of the developers to have their plates clean form the numerous support tickets this would open, but none the less. Comcast has degraded there service in our area continuously and are refusing to bring in faster internet. I have called there corporate office, written letters, talk to the B2B people about it and they all have promised for 3 years that 50 Mbps was right around the corner. I just recently read an article about how they are attempting to create a tiered data system just like some cellular companies. This is not just a question of function it’s a question of maximizing the ability of this software to deliver content in a manner that is consistent with a growing and evolving internet. Adapting to change and learning, this post will surely bring out the people that state, just write the code yourself and we will look over it. I am not a coder but I know that I have the pulse of a feature that thousands of people would love and enjoy. Please do not take this in any negative manor but let’s all just have a chat about it.