Yeah, I totally understand. Like back in 2012 I was content with up to 15 Mbps, but the landscape has changed, 15/1 speeds are really slow nowadays. Add that with the $66 monthly price, it comes to be a very expensive "not Comcast" tax.
I have security cameras that rely on upload speeds, and I have to manually unplug them even when they're on their "off" modes when I'm home, since by virtue of them being connected, it will interfere and slow down other internet uses, especially online gaming. Not to mention 1 Mbps upload hinders the quality in which they can record and speed of uploading.
While I can get faster speeds at my address, it's not by much (30 Mbps), with the real kicker being it would cost almost $80 monthly to do so. They have discounted 12 month contract rates, but those only apply to new customers. $80 for example gets me insanely fast speeds (like at least 400 Mbps) elsewhere.
Despite all of this, I really do like Sonic, and I would be somewhat ok with paying more for slower speeds to have that unlimited data (just for peace of mind), and to support a local business/pro net neutrality ISP, but there's a point where that's simply poor financial decision making, and one could easily argue I'm getting a bad deal (my comcast friends certainly think so).
I know Sonic's fiber is great, and I will get is as soon as it's available, but I'm betting it won't be here anytime soon.