In an article on tech dirt, the discussion begins and some nitty gritty technical details emerge on just what 4K video from Netflix will mean for your data capped internet. In short, it won't be good. While the average consumer things a 250 GB Charter/Comcast monthly data cap or even a 150 GB AT&T one is reasonable, the average cord cutter knows better. This could prove to be a good thing as more and more people drop their Cable TV subscription and start using internet bandwidth to view the same shows without commercials. More people hitting bandwidth caps every month means more people to complain and an exponentially expanding revolution. The article also highlights once again the abysmally slow and overpriced American internet speeds compared to the rest of the world as Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is cited explaining just how much bandwidth and speed 4k video will require. So I for one welcome this. I think it will push the debate over ISP bandwidth caps to the forefront and make things really interesting over teh next few years. What are your thoughts?