Look fair to me. Downstream interleaving is on.
I suspected as much. I went to a friends on the weekend, Sat when I left the downloads were peaking at 49/50 megabit in various testers, and when I came back there was a LOT of standing water and more coming down, and I was maxing out at 47/48. I didn't check profile after install, but that's when I decided to hack and get stats.
I'm almost exactly 600m away as well.
Hee, that's interesting. When I had the SFI visit in 2010 he showed me the line plant diagram on his toughbook which showed where the cables ran; and I know they're dead straight down my road turn left, and halfway down there hit the PCP!
The PCP is according to google maps 500m from my building, so add easily another 50m or so to get into my 2nd floor flat (no poles here) then another 50 (twice) to get to the FTTC cab and back - could be 650 or more.
Very clean D-side here.
Amazing, you get pretty close to theoretical max - I'm getting 10meg less. Although its good, I was only predicted 44 / 6 so anything higher than those is good.
James BT Infinity 2 - 19/9/2012 - Install-sync: 52/12 - Test: 50/10 - Est: 44.6/6.5 Mbps
13 years of broadband - ntl:(512k/1M)/BTbusiness(2M)/Metronet(2M)/Bulldog(8M/16M)/BE(16M)/BT FTTC(50M)