OK, so I decided to get a new phone. Ended up getting the Captivate because I liked the design and features. I played around a little at first to see what kind of stuff it had. After a couple of weeks, a friend that also had an android phone said that I should go in and make sure that stuff that used data by default were turned off, so I went through all the setting and turned off auto this and that and a few other things. I was looking over data usage and noticed it still used a little bit of data even with turning that stuff off. I decided to do an experiment, so I uninstalled the 2 or 3 apps I downloaded and again made sure that all other setting were off. After a couple of weeks on the new billing cycle, the phone had already used 2MB of data. This just didnt make sense. I ended up finding out through contacting AT&T and Samsung, that certain apps that use data CANNOT be shut off, disabled, or uninstalled. SO, basically you get a phone that is setup to use data that you are paying for, and uses it without your permission, with no way to stop it, unless you hack your phone. I have already filed complaints with the Federal Trade commission, the Better Business Bureau, and the Texas Attornet Generals office, and this could possibly lead to a class action lawsuit against AT&T. I realize that 4MB per month is not much, but none the less, that is still crooked. Its like me selling you a pizza and eating 1 piece myself.