The Federal Communications Commission has set the agenda for its next meeting, with a proposed “Open Internet Order” front and center. Of course, it’s hard to oppose openness (or mom or apple pie), but there are other issues at stake. Our primary concern is that the FCC may go overboard on regulating the high-speed Internet market in ways that hurt consumers. We hope the commissioners keep in mind that the Internet revolution is happening in real time, while regulation has a way of solving battles already over. Indeed, Internet TV, which will change how the Internet is used (and how much), is virtually here. The first priority, then, should be to allow this market to work.