So the one thing that probably really bugs me about my current phone the Captivate is the paltry 4.0" screen. At the time it was one of the biggest (only the Evo and Droid X were bigger at the time) but now it has fallen way behind. So basically if I spend big bucks on another phone (and I'm not upgrade eligible til March) I want to be ahead of the curve on screen size (as well as all other major specs IE dual core, 1GB RAM etc, so the Infuse is out). That means I'm probably not settling for less than 4.5", and heck 4.65 as the rumored Nexus Prime might be nice for a little future proofing. So it's really disappointing to me to see ATT got the only GS2 with a 4.3 inch screen, while the other carriers get 4.5". Maybe I'm the only one who cares, but major enthusiasm killer for me. Real letdown by ATT imo. I feel like I could buy a 4.5" SGS2 and be happy for two solid years, even the Nexus Prime wouldn't tempt me that much. But 4.3 (and in fact I think it's really even less, like 4.27") just isn't enough. It will be just like the 4.0 on my Captivate, feeling outdated way too fast once I buy it. It seems like all flagships are already switching to 4.5, and they'll get even bigger once Ice Cream removes the space taken by the hardware buttons. Call me immature but I like having the "biggest and badest" phone among everybody I know. You cant do that if your screen is smaller. If I get a 4.3, random people will be sporting bigger 4.5's in no time. Whereas a 4.5, will probably stay at the top for a while. Besides the utility, the SINGLE biggest need on smartphones is more screen space imo.