I finally got my micro-SIM problems sorted out, so this morning I am testing the HTC One X+ out "in the wild" for the first time. Another disappointment: No haptic feedback. The device doesn't vibrate when I press the keys. "Fine", I thought, "I'll just tinker with the settings". I went into device settings, went into the sound menu, and there is the "Vibrate on Touch - Vibrate when buttons are pressed" option right down at the bottom... except it's greyed out, and can't be selected. EDIT: Scratch that, there's nothing wrong with the device - I'm just an idiot. The phone has defaulted into power saving mode without me noticing, and that disables the haptic feedback option. I never knew that! I'd ask for this post to be removed - I embarrass myself in public often enough as it is - but you never know, it might prove of help in the future to anyone as slow of thinking as I am. Heh.