Point Number 5
Point number 5 is a great point. It could be argued that the individual can make miscalculated and hasty decisions, and the group will not, however, then we would not be having terms such as organized crime. Or, it could be argued that in the long terms, short terms decisions are modified for long term benefits, but then individuals would not at times end up in a life of crime. Some groups are not calculating Pareto's efficiency before making a move.
My understanding of QoS and the internet is that the internet used to be a static environment with FTP packets moving from point A to point B, but not anymore. The number and types of packets have increased, the time of day when certain packets require priority is a variable, different consumers require different packet types and with time these variables are going to increase. The internet needs to be dynamically managed.
However, point 5 still holds true, so it will be interesting to see which level of regulation the FCC implements, 10%, 20%, 40%, etc.