I guess it all comes down to which handset suits your needs. I've been a Crackberry addict for the past 3 years. To be honest, I'm tired of the small display, small keys, and the same boring UI. It's just getting old. I do 3000+ minutes a month with personal and business calls mixed. I use UMA non-stop, and rely on my BB to sort out 8 different email inboxes for me. However, I have kept myself organized by sync'ing my BB calendar and contacts with Google Calendar and Gmail Contacts via Google Sync. This sync kicks in every two hours and keeps things pretty tidy. However, if I upgrade my BB firmware and reactivate Google Sync things get a little fuzzy. Some duplicates and missing entries are not uncommon. Enter Android. I love the fact it sync's with the "cloud" in real-time. I love that if I upgrade my Android OS that my handset will just suck all info down from the cloud and everything will be just the way I like it. I like that when I read RSS or other news that I don't have to squint with the slightly larger display. I like that I'll be able to use Swype instead of being crazy careful with my big fingers on my small 8900 keypad. I will miss UMA with the BB. I will miss the no-bullsh**/all business feel of the BB. I will miss certain apps I have paid for. I think that the Cliq XT is a perfect size.....ever so slightly larger than a BB Pearl. I also like that I'll be able to finally try 3G. I also like that I'll be able to fall back on WiFi and Voip apps in case 3G is sketchy. Throw in RSS manager, stereo bluetooth, AGPS and a 5mp camera and I'm pretty psyched up about this XT. Nice little package.