ACM SIGCOMM 2003 included a number of workshops, including the all-day workshop 'Revisiting IP QoS: Why do we care, what have we learned? (RIPQOS).' The goal of RIPQOS was to critique the evolution and deployment of IP quality of service (QoS) mechanisms, from both the research and operational community perspectives. The workshop's name was a challenge to all interested communities to reflect on whether IP QoS has lived up to the hype or whether it is simply misunderstood. The workshop saw 6 papers, 2 short papers, a discussion panel, a range of opinions and lots of questions. This report attempts to capture the essence of our workshop's discussions, presentations and experiences.