Perhaps one option might be to offer a lower quality level of video for dial-up. Granted, it wouldn't look good at all, but it could load in less than say 25% of the time, and with the Epson 3800 interview at least, it seemed the audio was more important than the video. Yes, I watched it via dial-up...1.5 hours+
I think one problem in this country is high-speed is still too expensive. (As an aside, look at how many companies out there have us trained to accept $50-$100/month bills for optional items like high-speed, cell phone, cable, etc. (yes, they aren't necessary to live ) No wonder we're all going broke!) Of course, I'd much rather spend just a tiny fraction on dial-up, and then spend what I would've spent on high speed for more photo stuff...like the LL video journal and the 3800.