I know. I just thought how ironic it was that when I noted the last Windows 10 build updates and how much they ended up being for me, you noted that they could be up to X, "depending on if you have previous updates or not." Please excuse my lack of correct terminology.
It's quite a bit, no doubt. I looked at the breakdown on the Microsoft site while it was downloading and saw that there was quite a bit. I'm glad that they can do it in a cumulative fashion rather than having to download a bunch of individual files.
I used to burn the service packs for the previous Windows OSs onto CD so I wouldn't have to download them again at a later time. These cumulative updates are sort of like mini service packs, I guess.
What I'm waiting for is that big one that is coming out on August 2nd. That thing is going to be huge and a lot of people are going to hit the wall with their data when that's released. It will not surprise me if there is an uptick that day and the next with people who don't know they've gone into FAP.