If anyone has any tips like that, that are not mentioned in official BB documentation please send them my way. I have put together a website where I collect resources for the BB. http://kilen.us/blackberry.htm
I would highly reccomend the Curve I have been a BB user for 3+ years and have had numerous phones other than the BB in between. I have had a unlocked Nokia E61, Treo, Shadow, Dash and Wing but have alway migrated back to the BB. Its ease of use and reliabilty have won me over. The curve is by far the best I have had, I am willing however to move to the Bold!! (OH YEAH!!), but since there is no known set date for its release on T-MO i would not hold out for its release.
The curve is a solid handset with numerous features that make it a win win deal. I found a program that allows me to rip and compress full dvd's to approx 114 MB, meaning I can fit 7 - 8 Movies onto a 1Gig MicroSD Card. Battery life sustains awesome!! I can watch two movies and I still have over half my battery life. The program cost me about $30 and is called "Media Studio for BlackBerry"
If you haven't been to www.pinstack.com
it is a must for any BB user. If you have thought of a question about your BB it has probably already been asked there. Free Applications, Utilities, and advice.
Google also has a full suite of applications made for your BB check my resource websit for an OTA (over the air) link to get it for your BB.
) Google maps is not GPS but gives you a lot the funtionality of GPS on your T-Mo BB. I also use googles RSS feed reader "Google Reader" quite a bit.
In my local Metro area I have also found a application partly through NBC that allows me to watch all the major Highway Web Cams. I haven't found it very useful but yet the mere fact I can watch local live traffic on my BB is just plain cool!!
Bank of america also allows me to bank via my BB with their application.