Well I dropped my Captivate and the screen broke. Fortunately it still works fine (as far as I can tell), but I am due an upgrade at the end of the month. So, I have been looking around at what my next phone should be. It almost surely will be with AT&T unless there is really no good choice (family plan and wife's business with AT&T). What has/will everyone here move on to next? I will say if my Captivate's GPS would work and I didn't have any unexpected lock-ups, my Captivate is the perfect phone. I don't need anything to run videos faster or in HD, so I don't necessarily need something that is the latest, high end device. I stopped by the AT&T store, and the Galaxy S2 obviously just seems like my current Captivate. Nothing earth shattering. I wasn't blown away at the difference in speed or performance (at least from playing with it for 3 minutes in the store). After my issues with the Captivate's GPS, sporadic lagging, and unexplained lock-ups, I'm hesitant that the S2 will be more of the same. Can anyone confirm if the GPS is much improved, and if the phone is a good upgrade? I also looked at the Skyrocket. I wasn't as turned off by the larger screens of this or the other phones as I thought I would be. I don't have LTE in my area now (or probably in the foreseeable future) so this isn't too appealing to me. Any other reason to consider the Skyrocket. Besides LTE and bigger screen, is it that much better than the S2? I looked at the LG Nitro. Liked it the least as far as the user interface. I tried the GPS (albeit in the store) and it got hung up on the Locating screen and couldn't go anywhere from there. Anyone have anything good about this one? The one I liked the most from the short interaction was the HTC Vivid. Maybe it was the cool HTC widgets, and the fact that the GPS locked on in under 5 seconds inside the store. I walked out wanting that one, until I read some of the reviews. It looks like the battery life is pretty pitiful. The Captivate's is about my lower limit as far as holding a charge (I would prefer a longer battery, of course). Looks like the S2 has the leg up on this one for that reason alone. So, after my rumblings, I am curious as to what everyone else will do when their Captivate's retired. Is there anything on the horizon that I should hold out for (HTC One?).