So, I just received my Nexus One a few hours ago. Some stuff: Battery life seems like it's going to be decent, but not spectacular. I've been playing with it for a few hours, and the battery is down to around half. I'd guess it's not going to have any Pre-style problems with getting through a day. It'll be a while before a proper answer comes out on battery life, obviously. The screen doesn't seem to be oleophobic. Sadly, it's a total fingerprint magnet. The trackball notification light is cool - pulses white when a new message or email comes in. Repeats every few seconds if the phone is on standby (this is an option). It's incredibly fast at everything. I'm using a T-Mobile T-Zones $5.99 plan on this. I ordered the phone unlocked and just stuck in my old SIM card. No problems at all - seems to be full 3G. Didn't even have to enter any settings. The reports about the touch-sensitive buttons on the front being a bit flaky might be accurate. I think it's a combination of two things: sometimes they genuinely don't respond, but mostly I think it's that they need a longish press to be activated (not just a tap) so that they aren't accidentally pushed. Speakerphone is loud and clear. I haven't made any calls on it yet to check how the noise cancellation works, however. Trying to switch my T-mobile voicemail to Google Voice through the Settings interface fails every time ("Voicemail number change unsuccessful. Please contact your carrier if this problem persists." This means that hitting the voicemail button goes to the unused T-mobile mailbox number. I'd already manually routed all my voicemail to my GV number anyway, but it'd be nice to have that last leg of phone integration to it. No idea why manually routing worked - presumably it's just re-sending the same codes, right? Is there a menubar VM notification from GV if I get this working (i.e not just an SMS)? Coming from an iPhone 2G, the phone seems super fast, and the OS is plenty "polished". Things fade in and out, little neat notifications appear and the fonts and icons are pleasingly clear. No complaints at all on that front. I can't get over listening to internet radio while surfing the web at 3G speed... pretty nice. All in all, I'm very very happy. Shoot me any questions - happy to answer.