Yes, I concur with Calvin35, it's a very nice phone thus far. It's very snappy - I am coming from an HTC Inspire so maybe it's snappy because I don't have too much installed on it yet.
The higher resolution is great - I like their approach of making it taller rather than wider and some things don't seem so cluttered on the screen - especially if you use 5x5 icons in Go Launcher.
I like how Sense integrates my contacts with the social networks which was another huge reason why I went with it. I wish I could use the HTC widgets with Go Launcher. The weather widget on Sense is beautiful and even has sound.
It feels sturdy in my hand but not quite as sturdy as the Inspire since the Inspire is mostly aluminum. Still, it feels really nice in the hand. The microUSB is on the side, which while I don't mind it - now gets in the way when I hold it in my left hand which trying to charge it.
I still need to install some apps on it but so far, I really love the screen. It's not as bright as a SuperAMOLED of course, but the higher resolution is definitely noticeable for me and that makes up a lot for it.
I think despite all the talk about it being $199 - it's really just $99 for a 2 yr contract. At least that is what they charged me to renew my 2 yr contract and judging by what Calvin35 said - they are selling it for $99 at the AT&T store too.
Happy so far!
One thing that I wasn't thrilled about was that I needed to get a new txt messaging plan since the previous plan I had was no longer available. I had a bundle for unlimited data and 1500msgs. As you know, ATT now only has pay-per-use or unlimited txt messaging. They didn't have a replacement for my bundle so I needed to upgrade to family unlimited txt when I don't use it that much. :-/ But since I have a family plan, it ended up costing not much more after getting rid of the txt plans for all the other phones. By the way, I needed to change it because my data/txt plan was a bundle. I'm pretty sure if you had them separate, you would retain whatever txt plan you had.
Sorry - that last paragraph had nothing to do with the phone!! Whoops.