Yes, please! Every desk in the building at work has a 4ft long fluorescent tube for when one needs light to read manuals, printouts, etc. But in addition to that there are another set of 3 tubes about every six feet in the false ceiling with practically non-existent diffusers. For me, this causes a lot of eye strain due to the glare on the monitors and in some cases, a bare tube being in my line of sight when I'm trying to read something on the screen. At one point, I brought in a baseball cap to wear at my desk so my eyes wouldn't hurt. Given that everyone is reading a screen which is emitting light, there is no reason for all the lights in the ceiling to be on. It's not like anyone is doing needlepoint or surgery here. They could get rid of 2 out of every 3 tubes in each light fixture and still have sufficient light for doing work, meetings, etc. It would save money too. I think I'm more productive after hours for two reasons: 1) no managers or business users are asking me questions and 2) my eyes feel better because I can turn off all the lights in my area.
What you ask for is for Comcast to take on all the risk of building a physical network, only to have to share it with competitors. It makes zero sense.
Apparently that's what South Korea requires and is often cited as one of the reasons why their average home bandwidth is much higher than the US. Of course, a part of that is also getting rid of the situation where Comcast or some other company has a government mandated local monopoly. Then other companies could build their own networks in new housing developments/apartment complexes (or when the local PUC allows for upgrades to existing areas) but be able to provide service on Comcast's lines as well.