I would wait for your neighbors to switch over first, then jump in if they have a good experience. The quality of the service can be location dependent.
I switched from Comcast to Verizon 6 months ago after they dug up the neighborhood. My On-Demand channels all pixalate and my Internet has gone dead three times for up to a day. Not good when you run a web based business from home. Verizon has been back three times and I need to call them back again for the On-Demand issue. Also, when they first diagnosed a bad cable modem, they would not deliver one or allow me to drive three miles to their network facility to pick one up. No - it had to arrive by UPS which took three days and my business was down during that time.
Again, let your neighbors test the system, then make a decision.
On the plus side - their phone works fine.