I was patiently waiting for the Hero since it was deemed a top Android phone and was shot down rather quickly after the purchase. When I bought this phone I instantly thought "I'll never be bored". Well when you charge your batter over night, every night, and are in the middle of the day around 2-3pm-ish you think twice about playing around with it when your bored. So that makes me think, why would someone create a phone with more than 10,000 apps, 7 home screens and a bunch of widgets to only be able to use it minimally? I understand some of you may come into this thread and think "my battery is fine, maybe you should read the "Battery Management Sticky Thread"", but I have. If I wanna reserve battery and only use it for texting/calling and almost never web browsing, maybe I should have stuck with my blackberry. It pretty much comes down to how much you use your phone. I know for myself when I'm sitting around waiting for something to get done and have a gadget in my pocket that does virtually everything a PC can do, It won't be staying in my pocket but I might be surfing the web, playing games, listening to music, twittering etc. If you only use your phone to text/call and use it occasionally why would you even have a device like this? To sit in your bed and play with your Hero while it's being charged simultaneously? I guess at this point you need something that's convenient and reliable if you can't really get what you want out of your current phone. So I will be trading my phone in for another Blackberry. I really though the Hero was gonna be my first Android device and I thought it was gonna take me onto another Sprint android phone which will then lead me to another Sprint android phone and so on. Feel free to leave responses and discuss this, if you feel the same way I do or if you rebel what I had to say.