Okay, I'm a first time smartphone buyer (I know, I'm living in the stoneage with my EnV2 LOL). There's no 4G coverage where I live, and I really don't care about 4G, though I'd like to make a decision ASAP as I don't want to wait for Verizon to up the 4G prices before I get a phone (since they're all 4G this year). I've been waiting for the Thunderbolt release since January when I decided to get a phone. Before this, my top choice was the Droid X. I have a few questions I hope you could answer: 1). If I get the Thunderbolt and don't like it, do I have to pay the restocking fee or other charges to swap to the Droid X within the 14 days? I'll be renewing my contract for it (I know I can ask Verizon, but their employees have lied to me before - no trust!) 2). Is there a good chance the battery issues with the Thunderbolt will be resolved soon? (I'm not in the loop as to how long it takes to fix issues, or if things like this even get fixed) 3). Is there a good reason I should go with the Droid X over the Thunderbolt? I'm really liking the front-facing camera as my husband is in the service and it would be great to video chat no matter where I am, you never know when they might get a chance to. Thanks so much!