RE: low-latency bandwidth for cheap?

(I think it may be a little off topic, but the internet connection is
usually part of network operations . . . )

There are some carrier grade fixed-point-wireless providers around that
can offer really low latency (depending on distance). I'd offer you a
solution, but we're in Illinois.

There might be a pretty heavy front-end expense (usually around
$500-$1000) but it is usually worth it. For the service you get.

Joe Johnson
Fox Valley Internet