Yes, I've actually read the regulations, and frankly their only real problem is that they don't go far enough. I used to be half owner of an ISP in the mid 90's. I was there for the ending of NSFNet, the birth of the commercial backbone, the rise of independent ISPs, and then telecom deregulation and subsiquent consolidation. I know what it meant to be a CLEC when big telecom was handed whatever they want. Net Neutrality is what made the Internet what it is. Walking away from it know, even as patchwork and incomplete as the current regulations are, will be a disaster for consumer. Period.