Ho hum, as we're all awaiting the unboxing videos to turn into product reviews I was doing a tiny bit of surfing trying to gauge both Samsung's product support and 'aftermarket' user based support of their first Android, the i7500 Galaxy.
Samsung seems to offer a PC based firmware upgrade for the Galaxy, but releases look to be sporadic with different regions getting releases at different times. End users tend to mirror content, and official roll outs seem disorganized. Maybe the multiple EU carriers are the cause for the chaos, but I'm skeptical how quickly Samsung/Sprint will be to push firmware upgrades (Ala Éclair)
Maybe I haven't found the right places, but the i7500 doesn't seem to have the critical mass of hackers that HTC/XDA products do. Paul at Modaco (also around XDA) has released some roms, but other contributors are pretty light. Maybe the specs of the Moment will draw out some capable folks, but it could be months before the phone is rooted.
Just some thoughts to bounce off people from the top of the Android fence.