If your requirement is for download speed (eg you use Steam!) then there is no question. If you use obscure websites and corporate (rather than home user) internet services then other ISPs are available.
Download speed is not the only measure of worth of an internet connection. It is a very common one, and one VM rely on.
I use SIP at home, we don't have a landline. I run an IPSec site2site VPN from my USG to a Cisco ASA for one of my jobs (where I work from home) I administer various servers etc with SSH, RDP, Teamviewer etc. I run various servers including a webserver, email server, plex server etc at home.
Yes, I also use steam a lot. I work from home commonly, but when I don't, I VPN back to home to avoid work mooching at my traffic.
Like I say, my ping is slightly higher than it was on FTTC - around 20ms rather than 8ms or so - but not so much that I notice or care about. I have no packet loss and I get double the single threaded throughput that I would get on FTTC.
What metrics am I missing out on? What services could I be using that would mean I would be better off with FTTC?