I posted up in the Razr forum yesterday, so I should probably pose the same poll/how-to section for the Rezound gang. 4G is a little different than just 3G so you'll probably notice some things on the Rezound that might cause you to go screaming at Verizon CS. My first tip for new owners of this phone that have never owned a 4G phone is to check the Verizon 4G map to see if you're in a good 4G area. 4G LTE Network | Verizon Wireless If you're not and you notice bouncing around of 4G/3G/1X then it sounds like the problem that they experience with the Thunderbolt upon launch (and apparently the problem they're now seeing over on the Razr forum). The best way to avoid it bouncing around is to disable 4G if you aren't in a 4G area to avoid the signal bounce as well as poor battery performance (your phone will continue to search for a 4G signal and you will get diminished battery performance. I'm not sure if the Rezound has the 4G on/off toggle so what you can do is go to your phone, type in *#*#4636#*#* and it'll bring you to a new menu with different options. You'll go into "Phone" and then you can scroll down and see a drop down menu that will allow you to change from different networks. You'll want to remove 4G LTE (should be the default setting) and move it to CDMA (Auto). That should prevent the bouncing around. Again, you may have this option available to you in the Settings but I know the Thunderbolt didn't have that option, and there are other options in that "secret" menu. I can't think of any other 4G tips off the top of my head, but I'm sure we'll get more as everyone gets more comfortable with their Rezound.