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Nice, you have a distributed connection to 4 ISP's.
Utilizing them effeciently is one thing, the important thing is which one of them is the best path to a remote network domain.
BGP uses algorithms to choose the best path automatically. But BGP best path is not always the BEST PATH. For example, BGP best path algorithm doesn't include latency and congestion.
Take one remote AS for example and try ping the IP address in that AS. Try to route that IP address statically to three other ISP and see the difference. If the BGP best path is not the BEST PATH for you in terms of latency and congestion, you can select the ISP which you think is the BEST PATH for you and create a route map with higher local-preference to the ISP of your choice. This will ensure all outgoing traffic to that AS will pass thru the ISP of your choice.
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