Well, just over a week in now.
Initial problems where down to my hardware and a firmware flash and all disconnect issues went away.
Matt tweaked my SNR down to 6db and speed increased and very stable.
My day to day usage pattern including working from home with video calls, streaming NowTv, Plex, Iplayer, teenager constantly streaming youtube, playing online with XBox in parties are easily handled by ADSL2+.
Obviously downloading large files is slower that my old Infinity 1, but not an issue really as it is rare its that large and I'm in a real rush to get it.
Streaming out is a problem as upload is simply too slow, but its rare I wanted to do that, so if thats the only sacrifice, I can live with it.
I made this move with a view to upgrading to TTB Fibre when its goes live (what is the definition of 'Coming soon'?), but in all honesty, unless its only a little more £ than ADSL2+, I'll be hard pressed to justify upgrading, particularly if there are significant upgrade costs.
Is it worth moving to Uno? Well, I was lucky in that I had not tech support issues while with BT or Sky so can't really compare customer service, but I doubt anything can be better than Uno. Very quick and willing to help with problems and also maximise line capabilities. Matt runs 24/7 somehow!
I do miss BT Wifi, but thats about it. Never used the TV service, got a much cheaper mobile deal despite the £5 broadband customer discount.
Seems the whole operation relies on Matt, so if he were to leave, it might all change!
Its only been a week, but I have no regrets even though its technically a downgrade. Saving a good few quid too. Can't complain