In another thread I mentioned issues I had with delays on Sling tv, I think that's figured out, it works perfectly using my Roku on a tv, so the delay seems to be laptop specific. either the app, or possibly the Win 10 "disk full" issue. I've tried all the recommended fixes for the disk full issue, eventually I'll probably just have to reinstall fresh. But now I have a different issue cropping up that's apparently fairly common and has people quite suspicious with Comcast. Last night we were watching Mrs. Maisel on Amazon Prime, the 8th episode we've watched and halfway through the picture got fuzzy, started getting the spinning wheel, and it eventually said you don't have enough bandwidth. this was on our smart tv but using Roku, because the smart tv Amazon Prime app won't work it apparently doesn't get enough speed where it is but the Roku does. I hit the home key on Roku and used the settings to test the connection and it came back saying the connection was good and I got all green checks, which is supposed to mean that according to Roku, we had enough bandwidth. I switched over to Sling and put on a game for a test and no delay at all. I eventually stopped, unplugged the Roku, and plugged it back in and we were then able to finish the show. After googling, apparently lots of people are seeing this issue on Amazon Prime now, they're being told they don't have enough bandwidth, but when they do speed tests they're getting 65-100 mbps results which is MORE than enough to stream. They are all saying similar things, I can stream Netflix or Hulu or Sling, but when I try Amazon Prime I get that message. The claim is that Amazon is insisting the problem is NOT on their end, nothing has changed on their end and this problem only recently started popping up. So of course what people think, and this is on a Comcast message board, is that Comcase is practicing the new Net Neutrality rules and is intentionally throttling back speed on people using Amazon Prime so that they will either watch Comcast On Demand, or pay to upgrade to a higher speed thinking that will solve the problem. This is one of those boards where Comcast has unofficial experts, who are not employees, but who answer questions and as you would expect they are insisting Comcast is not throttling back the speeds. Near as I can tell there's nothing in the app that allows you to test the speed within the Amazon Prime app, when I go into settings there it just tells me the connection is live, it doesn't have a test feature that I can see. I think it's an interesting question, is Comcast to blame, does Amazon have an issue, is it Roku and Smart TV's having the issue? I have to admit my initial suspicion is Comcast is throttling, but the only reason I'm hesitant is that I've also noticed recently my garage Nest Camera keeps going offline, as much as an hour at a time. It appears to be strictly a speed issue, in the garage the wifi is not nearly as good. I googled that too and found another interesting thread on Comcast where someone suggested he thinks Comcast is throttling speeds to nest cams too because Comcast makes their own security and wireless camera system now and they want you to use theirs not Nest. I'm again suspicious but several posters on that thread insist that it's possible to tell by serial # and MAC address what devices are that are connected to the wifi and that it's entirely possible for Comcast to program it so that certain devices get less bandwidth. So you can be standing in the garage and get 25 mbps on your laptop wifi, and the camera 10 feet away from you is not getting anywhere near 25 and is offline due to low bandwidth. What do you think?