I did do a little searching around but haven't run into anything that addresses all of these points.
I have had my phone for a month and absolutely cannot stop playing with it. However, the more I browse around I run into threads on crackberry and posts on here about common Curve 8900 problems and that people are getting their phones replaced because of them.
My phone exhibits three "issues" that some people seem to be getting a replacement for:
1. My keys wobble around a little bit, the whole pad does literally. It's not much, but they do wiggle around.
2. When I press the end key the LCD screen ripples on the bottom. Under normal use I don't honestly notice this and only did the other day because I looked for it. It is definitely there though.
3. The shiny black plastic the keys are placed in is creaky and can be pressed down.
I can live with all of them but if I am able to call T-Mobile up after a month and have a newer replacement that has a higher build quality that would be nice but I can live with it the way it is. I just want to know if these problems are highly common and that I shouldn't think I had some factory mess up.
I also created this to maybe consolidate issues people have with the phone so other tin foil hat-wearing BlackBerry users can obsessively fret about the tiniest problems with their phone's build quality as well.