Even if you can use 1000Mbps for a short time, does it really give you much of an advantage over 100Mpbs? Sure, you wait slightly less, but at such speeds its not like you are even going to use it 24/7 because everything just finishes so fast, in fact, its probably going to use less then 1% of its potential monthly bandwidth.
There is only so many movies to pirate every month, at some point all you're left with to download is more and more porn.
Not that i would object to a 1000Mbps connection, but its not like it would really change the amount of data i download in a month, or how i use the net, because my 50Mbps connection right now is mostly idle as it is.
Its nice to get stuff fast when you need it, but i would argue that at 100Mbps the speed to get stuff "fast enough" has already been reached... for now! (stuff will most likely get bigger in the future, 4K movies, etc)
On my 50/10 line, remote desktop seems to be working pretty OK as it is, not sure how much influence more bandwidth would have on this, its probably more of a latency thing.Edited by Nevcairiel - 9/18/13 at 11:16pm