Only reason I'm anticipating it is because that's one of the main factors that has separated Motorola from the others (e.g. great signal and good battery life). Thing is, as successful a response that the Razr Maxx received for its 3300mah battery (or whatever size it is), I'm a little skeptical about Motorola wanting to go the same route with the Atrix 3 (ATT) and the MoPhoQ (Sprint), simply because of design & form factor w/ regards to incorporating that non-removable, bigger battery. The Razr Maxx set a precedent for a couple factors in the industry: 1) Having an ultra thin device, & 2) Incorporating a huge battery that was non-removable, but allowed people to use their devices non-stop without worrying about the battery going dead. I'm hoping that, the precedent is strong enough that it'll translate to all of the manufacturers' future devices. Not that I'm a big fan of "non-removable" batteries, but if it means heavy use in a 24 hour period without worrying about charging, I'd say it's worth it. So far, that precedent somewhat translated to the HTC LTEvo w/ it's bigger, non-removable battery. It still remains to be seen if Samsung will be following suit and also if Motorola will keep that as their standard for all future devices. Regardless, I'm having fun looking at all the possibilities (although, it gets me a little anxious actually waiting...which is not something I like to do a lot...LOL).