If you are for net neutrality, the FCC can't mandate it and Congress has bigger problems to deal with, where is the net neutrality mandate going to come from? You are against Internet regulations so I assume you are against it as an actual mandate. I assume then that you simply hope ISPs will operate under it. The number of ISPs in the US has already shown that this will not happen naturally. Providers are gobbling up content creators, creating a conflict of interests that goes against net neutrality.
I see where your "I am against the FCC mandating it but I am for it" comes from.
I want the Internet to remain (mostly) as it was 10 years ago, before all this garbage with throttling, usage based billing and caps started, which has the net effect of slowly pushing out companies that rely on bandwidth increases. Someone else said throttling and usage-based billing is absurd anyway and that anyone with half a brain knows the technical reason why: because usage-based billing and caps aren't going to force people to stop using bandwidth during peak times, when it's at its rarest, and at which point the provider's lack of capacity is actually a problem. I'll argue usage based billing is also crap: charge people in tiers, like they already do.
A large number of applications are just waiting in the wings to be developed but can't be because bandwidth is not yet where it needs to be for them to work. If the Internet develops speed lanes, and you have to pay your ISP extra for Hulu to work, it will be a sad day. I'm sure some ISP somewhere is already working out the technical aspects to charge tiers, bundling the Internet into websites and declaring Hulu and Netflix to be "premium" websites (and their own streaming video website is standard). How do you think the customers of that ISP are going to react when their $7 subscription to Netflix suddenly stops working? And now they have to pay $10 more per month to their ISP to activate their $10 subscription to Netflix. They're probably going to drop Netflix and use their ISP's service. Netflix just lost customers to strong-arming. ISPs have already talked about this. Comcast is already sort of doing it. It is not enough to hope that they will follow the spirit of net neutrality on their own, because they won't. Someone has to step it in and force it on them.