So anyone that has read some of my threads probably knows that I had been bouncing back and forth about which phone to get and what network to go with. I settled on Sprint, then I switched to Verizon because of plan prices, then back to Sprint now (based on reception at my work). Anyway, here are my frist impressions (coming from iPhone 4). Screen Size - thought I would hate it, but I LOVE it. I was ripping on how "giant" this phone is. Really it is a non-issue Screen Quality - I was sad that I wasn't getting an AMOLED. This is no longer the case. I LOVE it. I also thought the screen quality would be a big downgrade from the iPhone 4. While it is marginally noticable (if I have the phone less than 6 inches from my face), it is not something that bothers me in the slightest. Reception - Reception with ATT was pretty good for me. There were some places (basement levels) where I would get 0 bars with ATT. With Sprint, every place like this I have checked I had at least 1 bar but usually 2-3 on Sprint. Call Quality - I never understood why people thought calls didn't sound good on the iPhone. Now I know! Calls sound much clearer and crisper without popping. Too soon to report about dropped calls with Sprint, but they happened frequently. Data - Data seems about the same as far as speed is concerned. I do, however, have a much larger 3G map with Sprint than I did with ATT (although this is not tested). Currently I am on a dead stock phone running HTC's Sense and FroYo, and compared to a heavily modified jailbroken iPhone the difference is night and day. Android is simply amazing! The biggest drawback about Sprint is the 4G data plan addition, but with my girlfriend's contract this is basically free (I pay another 2 bucks). With how few areas 4G is available, I really think they could and SHOULD only charge you that extra $10 when you actually pull 4G data. When you aren't pulling any data, I don't see how they justify charging you the extra fee. That said, I was in the same situation with 3G and ATT (we didn;t get 3G until about 6 months ago in my area). So, it is not something that only Sprint is doing to their customers, but I still don;t really find it to be all that fair.