I'm located in the rural southwest U.S. where ADSL has been the only Internet service available. Service is advertised as "up to 3mbps" but in reality on a good day download speeds have been about 250kbps -- lightning fast compared to the days of acoustical modems. So slow that some of my financial accounts would not work -- slow speed and latency blocked me as being a hacker from some third world nation.
I put my name on the Starlink wait list about 6 weeks ago, hoping I might receive a system by year-end, and was stunned when I received a shipping notification 2 weeks later. I set the system up in my driveway not sure of what to expect, and was blown away by the speed test indication of 150+mbps!
I've spent the last couple weeks getting the antenna more permanently mounted on my barn roof and adapting my 2 building networks to the Starlink system. I'm having to learn more about IP addressing than I really want to know, but I'll share what I learn on this forum and hopefully others will find some of it useful.
One initial comment I'll make has to do with the Starlink router Bypass Mode. I enabled this inasmuch as I wanted to connect with the Ethernet adapter to my existing wireless router. But Bypass Mode bypassed the entire internet -- my router never found any internet connection. So I went through the factory reset procedure, which also required re-installing the Starnet App. Everything is back to a functional state. I have the Starlink router active, and the routers in both buildings set in Access Point Mode. Still massaging the network a bit, and will provide updates from time to time.
Happy to have found a forum of other users with whom to exchange information.