Hi All, I want to leave T-Mobile (where my family plan originated) and join my family plan that's on Sprint. The reason I haven't switched yet was because of a desireable handset. The Moment looked good for the hardware, but Android 1.5 held me back. Now it has 2.1, but I'm reading about a number of issues which may be software, but may be hardware. I was hoping that the Intercept would address these issues, but not it appears that it's a lower-end phone than the Moment. My question is - Does the Android 2.1 upgrade solve the issues that I see described, and if not, does a custom ROM solve these issues, or is it really a matter of hardware or quality control? Any help appreciated as I don't want to commit to the 2 year requirement of a new line on the family plan without having an idea of what phones to buy/upgrade to. My current plas is to try the Moment, waiting to use the Premier upgrade for an Evo or Epic later this year, passing the Moment to our daughter, but if it's really buggy, I may just wait for the Epic.