No not me – broadband – just when I thought everything had been fixed it went off last Friday and came on, albeit stutteringly, half an hour ago. Thanks for various responses to obtianing a better broadband coverage. We are actively seeking funding through local government grants but that seems long winded. We have been advised that the local exchange could be 'upgraded' for £100,000.00 but no-one will confirm what difference this would make. We still have the copper wires with a maximum 6.5 kms suitable to carry a reasonable broadband signal (all of 1/2 meg if we are lucky). BET (broadband enabling technology) could stretch this to 12 kms at a cost of a thousand pounds per line. A far cheaper option if local funding is thinly spread. We shall see.