For the sake of avoiding a huge paragraph filled with stories, I'm going to just list my current issues with the Epic 4g. Software Issues (Easily Fixed) Camera (Doesn't autorotate and doesn't autofocus without touching screen.) Email Sync with email app is much slower than with Evo's. Gmail app gets bogged down and slows Epic to a crawl when sending an image via Gmail App. While on a call, I enable WiFi or 4G to surf net, and it works fine, but I can not use the email app to refresh my emails...it won't connect to server. Some of the same video files that I had on the Evo will play on the Epic but do not show thumbnails. (MP4) WiFi signal is no better than Evo (although it seems to work faster than the Evo's) Videos have to be restarted every time you stop to do something else on the phone. Evo would remember where you left off. Auto-rotate only works when you turn the phone horizontally in a counter clockwise direction. The Evo will rotate to both directions. Potential Hardware Issues Capacitive Buttons (in particular the Back button) can be unresponsive and require multiple presses. For me, the "Swipe method" doesn't resolve the issue. GPS is much slower to locate me and not as accurate as the Evo's. While on a call (not using speakerphone) the speaker buzzes when the other person talks. I have to turn the volume down to half to avoid it, and then it becomes difficult to hear them. Sound a little like a blown speaker. 3G reception is weaker and slower compared to my Evo and proven through SpeedTest app. If someone could test the issue with getting (refreshing) their email through the email app on the Epic while on a phone call I'd appreciate it. I just noticed it and am having difficulty searching for whether or people are having this issue or not.