I kind of see what you're saying, but at the same time, there's another side of your posting. For me, personally, I don't dig on the MT3G. It's nice looking and all, but it's a G1 without a keyboard. It didn't even debut with new software, just the Donut that was given out OTA and some more storage. Not a whole lot to celebrate in my book. The Hero is an amazing device from what I've seen in the research I've conducted. And anyone that says it's not a big deal would probably eat their words if they actually got to own one and use it. I have a problem with T-Mo because, next to Verizon, we seem to be getting the ****-end of the stick when it comes to mobile devices. Sure, we're getting the TP2, but so is Sprint. We've got the G1 and MT3G, but Sprint's getting Hero. We're getting the Morrison, but Verizon's getting that hella awesome Motorola Android device. It's not so much that there isn't pleasing people. It's that T-Mo is capable of getting a lot more than they are and don't seem too interested in bringing better devices to their masses. Of course, that's just the way I see it.