Ok, so I'm looking for a little bit of opinion and a little bit of inside info (if anybody's got any) with regards to upgrading hardware. As everyone is aware, the Hero came out in October 2009, meaning that in a few short weeks, anyone who purchased the Hero at launch (at least those with "Premium" standing) is eligible for a hardware upgrade. I have been on the fence about pulling the trigger on upgrading to an Evo (as I'm sure quite a few people are as well). I've taken a look at some of the pros and cons and I'm still weighing my decision on those. I'm not going to go into the pros and cons because that's not the goal of this post. I understand fully that technology, especially in the world of smartphones, is a very fluid animal and that "the next big thing" is always around the corner. No matter what you do, anytime you purchase a phone/computer/etc, it's obsolete within 3-4 months, and sometimes sooner. I can accept that. What I would like to avoid, is upgrading my phone and on the 31st day (the day after you can return it) have Sprint announce that the next big thing is around the corner and will be released in November/December. I've done some research over the past few weeks, and I can't seem to find any information on any new phones coming to Sprint, so I was hoping that the fine people in the forum could provide guidance. I haven't even really heard any rumors with regards to the next Android phone coming to Sprint. I've seen the rumors for other carriers, but I'm locked into and very happy with Sprint, so I'm specifically looking at their line of hardware. I know the Hero came out in October and the Evo was announced in Feb/March (?) and then released in June (?), so with that timeline, it would appear that something could be due to be announced/released. The only thing is, wasn't the Evo rumored way before it was announced? I thought it was, which makes me thing it's a little odd that I can't find any rumors regarding a new release. Anyway, enough babbling, if anyone has any thoughts or information, I'd love to hear it. Thanks guys.