Here's my situation: I live in a fairly rural area, and while we're lucky to have cable and DSL, we're probably never going to get anything faster like FIOS. We can't even get high-definition TV through our cable provider because there just aren't enough people (read, potential subscribers) for the companies to recoup the massive investment that would be needed to build the infrastructure to support these technologies. This means that, with regards to the Internet, I'm likely to be stuck on DSL, which isn't terrible, but I'd like to get something faster if it ever becomes available. So now that LTE is rolling out, I'm wondering if it would be worth it to ditch my DSL and pay Verizon for the ability to tether using their 4G network (when and if it ever arrives here.) For those who have used 4G networks, I'd like to know what kind of speeds you're getting and how much faster it would be compared to a wired DSL connection.