I'm just about ready for somebody to sue the right way and end all this.
1. Buy service with a known transmission fiddler.
2. Purchase services from one of the Netflix/Hulu type operations.
3. Work with Netflix/Hulu to document the transmission fiddling, at each point contacting fiddler to troubleshoot problems. Before each call announce it is being recorded and record them.
4. When the fiddler fails to fix the problem, sue under FTC instead of FCC.
5. When the court finds in favor of the plaintiff, argue that no rebates or court oversight can correct the problem: the content division MUST be separated from the ISP or the natural conflict of interest will remain.
6. After judge splits the company along those lines, watch the fun.
I'd do it myself except my name isn't the one that's officially on the bill and my roommate doesn't want that sort of publicity.