Hi All I've been a 3GS user for almost a year (purchased when first released), I was a pretty die-hard Blackberry Guy before that (Curve & Bold). I'm ready to make the jump to Android... I plan on passing the iPhone 3GS to the wife. I'm also not real pleased with AT&T and the unlimited rate plan change... I have gone over 2GB in a month a couple times, but could be a little more frugal with my 3G/WiFi if it were absolutely required. I'm not in a huge rush (other than my wife wanting the iPhone), and I'd hate to jump on something and have something much much better pop up 2-3 months later and be locked into 2 years with something inferior. (I know new stuff is always coming out and stuff is out of date the second you pull it out of the box and all of that) I haven't really played with the Android OS extensively, but did play with the original Moto DROID for a week or so on Eval @ work from Verizon. It was heavier than I would have liked and I have no need for a slider KB coming from the iPhone world. I also handled an EVO 4G the other day and it was just too BIG for my taste (and my pants pockets) and I'm no Sprint fan (was a Nextel/Sprint user before the Blackberriy's). I would like to get a device that already has installed, or available upgrade to Froyo 2.2 (for the improved enterprise device management requirements via Google Apps Activesync for my work). I'd also like to get something in the next couple of months, but could wait 6 or so if the device is worth waiting for. So I'm considering my options right now... I'm sure there are others as the device/carrier choices are numerous, but here are the leading ones I'm thinking right now. Option A) Stay with AT&T, Get a Nexus One (Simpler Billing with keeping the iPhone, family rate plan, could upgrade the wife's Razer as she's had a couple years) Option B) Jump Ship to Verizon, Get an HTC Incredible Now (or whenever they are in stock) Option C) Wait to see what/when the HTC Scorpion might be, and who will carry it (Rumors of Sprint and/or Verizon?) Option D) Give the wife the 3GS and by a new iPhone HD/4 in a couple weeks (won't be a popular option on this forum I suspect, but I guess it's out there). Option E) <Fill in the Blank> Thanks in Advance for your replies and advice!