I know this is a topic that has been discussed in various places on this forum, but thank you for humoring my specific questions. I will be traveling to Europe (the Netherlands and Sweden) for 6 weeks and am wondering what use my EVO will be during that time. I understand the GSM/CDMA thing means that calls/texts and pre-paid sim cards are out. But what about WiFi? I will be in Utrecht and Stockholm for the majority of my time, which are large and well connected cities where I imagine I will be able to find WiFi connections fairly easily. The things I have read on this forum lead me to believe that I will be able to connect to and use these networks (perhaps this is my misunderstanding). I just got off of a chat with a Sprint rep, however, that said the EVO 'will not work at all' in Europe, including WiFi. Is this true? If not, what are the important things to know about connecting to WiFi networks outside the country (i.e. roaming charges, etc.). Additionally, I will have my laptop with me, and am wondering if this in anyway changes the way I can use the EVO while abroad. I do not think I will need constant internet access on the phone, but I would like to be able to use and sync certain apps (Evernote mainly), and use some sort of map application for traveling in unfamiliar cities. Thank you for humoring my ignorance, and providing your advice on this issue.