Downloading files from the internet in PowerShell (with progress)

Ok, so the easiest way (that I know of) to download files in powershell from the internet is to use the .net WebClient.  The simple way I started with was the two liner:

$client = New-Object "System.Net.WebClient"

However I was working on a script that required some pretty large files to be downloaded, and using the DownloadFile method has no progress indicator.  I figured some users might thing the program died.  So I decided to create a method that still uses the webclient to download the files, however give a status of where it is in the download.  Here is what I came up with, hopefully someone else will find it useful.

function downloadFile($url, $targetFile)
"Downloading $url"
$uri = New-Object "System.Uri" "$url"
$request = [System.Net.HttpWebRequest]::Create($uri)
$request.set_Timeout(15000) #15 second timeout
$response = $request.GetResponse()
$totalLength = [System.Math]::Floor($response.get_ContentLength()/1024)
$responseStream = $response.GetResponseStream()
$targetStream = New-Object -TypeName System.IO.FileStream -ArgumentList $targetFile, Create
$buffer = new-object byte[] 10KB
$count = $responseStream.Read($buffer,0,$buffer.length)
$downloadedBytes = $count
    while ($count -gt 0)
[System.Console]::CursorLeft = 0
[System.Console]::Write("Downloaded {0}K of {1}K", [System.Math]::Floor($downloadedBytes/1024), $totalLength)
$targetStream.Write($buffer, 0, $count)
$count = $responseStream.Read($buffer,0,$buffer.length)
$downloadedBytes = $downloadedBytes + $count
"`nFinished Download"

This would be used like
downloadFile "http://somesite/" "c:\temp\"