Two points of evidence: 1. Sprint backtracking on sales numbers and not clarifying if sell-in or sell through. Why not tout the numbers now? 2. HTC has already stated they have revised their production with special focus on display revisions. Why continue production of units that have high potential for faults? They would not. The good news is an already good device is even better now, but the bad news is there is an inherent supply gap when you stop production to intitiate a design change. HTC is having a rough time lately, since they shot themselves in the foot with EVO's display and Samsung shot them with the Incredible's display. At least LCD displays are not a supply problem, so good for EVO. That all said, it appears that the EVO may run into the same issue that the Inc has. Both devices are supply constrained and the new and equal (or better) Samsung and Moto devices are a month or two away. A lot of people may wait. added: Verizon have not released sales numbers for Inc either, so perhaps same scenario.