Hello, Nexus 4 owners! I heard about the price drop this morning and am seriously thinking about purchasing the 16GB model. I know this is a subjective decision, with MANY variables, but I will post as many details about my phone usage as possible below, and consider the opinions of anyone nice enough to offer theirs. Here are details: I love the idea of buying a phone unlocked, because $80/mo contract plans scare me. $249 sounds right up my alley. If a Nexus 5 is launched this fall (as rumors suggest), I'm assuming the 16GB will fall in the $349-$399 range, which I'd rather avoid. So, essentially, what I'm asking is if Nexus 4 will suffice for my usage habits (described below). I would probably be hooking the phone up to AT&T StraightTalk (unless T-Mobile is better somehow). I live on Long Island, NY. AT&T service is good here; I've heard people say decent things about T-Mobile, but I'm not sure I believe them? Call quality doesn't matter too much to me. In the 1.25 years I've had my latest phone, I've used all of 850 minutes, and most of my calls are ~5 min long. Texting is important, though; I've sent 375 text messages this month alone. Things I would most likely use a smartphone for, in order of most-to-least usage: 1. Texting 2. Web Browsing and web-based apps (ex: Google Maps, Yelp, Gmail, social networks) 3. Games (stuff like: Canabalt, Zenonia, Rayman Jungle Run, etc.) 4. Music? (I have 8.5 gigs of tunes, but that seems like it would eat all my storage! So I wouldn't mind just leaving that on the iPod if need be.) 5. Other Apps, Pictures, Video, Calls (Probably not too much of these things.) Oh, and this would be my first smartphone, so other than MAYBE music, I'd have nothing to transfer over. That was A LOT of text. Thanks so much in advance, anyone who takes the time to read and respond!