My home results:
Nothing fantastic. I pay for only 1Mbps/384kbps from Verizon for DSL, but I'm at 5Mbps/768kbps for various reasons
. There's also QoS on the Verizon line on the upstream so you're not seeing the full pipe as a result. We use a lot of upload here along with the download and I hate having the latency shoot in the thousands or my download being decreased under heavy uploading. Also, I get 5Mbps for pretty much nothing as I'm the only person in the neighborhood who was given a speed higher than 3Mbps as I'm testing something for the ISP.
I also have DSL through Frontier:
I pay for 3Mbps/384kbps but I receive 3Mbps/768kbps for some various reasons as well
. There's no QoS on this connection as Frontier's BRAS is ignoring all QoS flags I set, so the reason I have double the upload I should have is due to the fact that I worked with someone to identify the reason why I couldn't throttle my upstream and keep that line running well. As a trade-off/experiment an upload boost was given, so I do have more upload from them than business customers get on their DSL product