Hi All, thought I would share, didnt see it posted anywhere. I got the Gingerbread update for my DINC mid September, and let me say, I did not like it one bit. I immediately was missing froyo, broken apps, worse battery, lags, bugs, etc. Regardless, I noticed I wasnt receiving texts any more. First, I was attributing it to other people's phones, as I could send them just fine, and the one person that was texting me said he had been having issues. Well, turns out, I wasnt receiving them from anyone. I did a quick online search and saw others had this issue as well. I called Verizon to see if I needed a replacement. After their mandatory reset, they told me it was a known issue and there was no fix, and would replace my phone. (I was a little annoyed, if this is an unfixable issue, why make me reset). So, they told me that they are no longer replacing DINC with the same phone, and that instead I would be getting a DINC2. A day later, it arrived, and it was in a brand new box (NOT A REFURB!). They also sent me the extended battery, a new backdoor and a "green" charger. All in all, another $80 (according to the receipt) worth of products. Very cool. I dont know if they give everyone the extra stuff, but when I was on the phone, I was nice, joking, and non-confrontational. Also very cool is that it didnt affect my upgrade dae at all, and I can get a new, discounted device in 4 months, but now that I have this phone, I am going to hold out for something awesome. Initial impressions: I loved my DINC, declined a couple upgrades to a DX when I was having issues last summer. But, I LOVE the DINC2. It, as its name implies, INCREDIBLE, and the screen size is my sweetspot. I thought the DINC was the biggest I wanted to go, but I am happy with the DINC2 My old battery was at 70% by 8:30am, and I was charging by 10am (pretty heavy user). With the DINC2, I was still at 40% at 7pm after similar use, and that's with the stock battery... I can only imagine the difference with the extended battery. It also came with 2.3.3, which is rootable, which was pretty simple. Not as easy as my original DINC, but pretty simple non-the less. So, 20 minutes after opening the box, i was rocking a brand new, rooted DINC2. Basically, if you have issues and can get a replacement, you are going to an awesome phone. What I wont miss: Less than stellar battery life Issues that caused numerous replacements What I will miss: The trackpad... didnt realize how much i use it until I dont have it anymore TV Out- I had just bought a cable to do TV Out, and it isnt compatible with the DINC2, and I cant find an alternative for it at the moment. The DINC will always hold a special place in my heart as my first true smartphone. I had the Eris, but on eclair, it was crippled, and I was quickly upgrading to the DINC. YOU GUYS! this forum was awesome and helped me do a TON, from rooting to unrooting, to ROMS, to apps, to everything else.