Hello everyone, new to this branch of the site, have spent most of my time (too much probably) in the Virgin Mobile Triumph forums. The upside is that there's an amazing bunch of developers for it and I get to hop from it to the Nexus 4! The downside is, it's the absolute best Android phone I've ever used to this point (excluding my tablet). First, Straight Talk gets far better area coverage where I am. I'm not much in need of high speeds or anything as I'm near wifi 95% of the time, I'm just concerned about coverage. I'm not certain how to buy the sim card from them as silly as that sounds. I've gone to their site in multiple browsers, clicked 'Sim Cards', put in my zip code and click through to get to a page showing nothing but a banner promoting free shipping on new orders over $14.99. Am I missing something? Also, ST users out there, clarify for me exactly the right SIM to choose. I've been choosing (to no avail as far as getting anything to the cart) the "Unlocked GSM Phone (Phone must operate in 850 and 1900 MHz bands)" option, is that correct? And if I ever manage to get to the final stages, how do I specify to them that I want the AT&T service instead of T-mobile? T-mobile currently has their SIM card activation kit for free, I'd really like to give that a try as well for a month to see which I prefer. The micro-SIM option is what I'd need? There isn't specifically a no-contract option that I've missed (aside from the one that comes with a months card)? Aside from that, I'd love to hear from anyone who may have also come from the Motorola Triumph if any of you are out there? Maybe you've just used one? How do you feel about the differences? I'm actually fairly happy with Virgin Mobile for the most part, but it's time to move on to bigger and better things. I'm so beyond ready to get off the low-end train and move to a quad core 1.5 from a single core 1ghz. The RAM might've been the biggest selling point though, I currently have a phone with 500mb's of RAM and it can make multitasking kind of a pain. Thanks to any and all, I apologize for the book, excited I guess. Haha.