You continue to ignore that internet providers usually have a monopoly at the local and household level (rural, township, and apartment structural issues). Consumers often do not have a choice on picking internet providers unless they move.
Your edging encroachment on a neutral internet is already drawing significant backlash. Expect a swift and huge response from internet users and the public if you make big moves against Title II.
Whatever legacy and name you choose to make for yourself will be determined by the people who use the internet, not your colleagues in Washington nor those who work in the telecom industry.