I went to an NBA preseason game in Orlando the other night. My friend had his new Sprint HTC EVO Droid (the one with the huge screen). Before we left my house he brought up his browser to check out where to park at the new stadium. I was SHOCKED at how fast he was able to whip around on the web. I'm so used to the Captivate taking forever just to pull up the browser let alone access data from the web. I pulled out my Captivate and went to all the same websites and it took me five minutes to do what he had done in about 30 seconds. Not to mention that he was on 3G and I was on WIFI with my cable modem. When we got to the game I went to check on the scores of the NFL and baseball playoff games with the ESPN Scorecenter App. I brought the app up and it sat there with the rotating "wait" symbol trying to download data for TEN MINUTES with no success. There were so many freakin iphone users in the building there was no bandwidth to be had. I watched my friend pull up the same ESPN app and within one second *poof* the scores we needed were there. When we got back to my house I tried his droid out. Every single function that I tried was blazing fast. Not just a little faster. Many times faster. We hooked it up on my WIFI and it got even faster. I even got him to download a couple of cool apps that I recommended and was once again shocked at the blazing speed. I didn't even dare try the GPS... My friend was already telling me how much my phone sucks and that I should switch over to Sprint. Samsung really needs to get their act together. For all the talk about how fast this Humming Bird is, I sure don't see it nor do I expect 2.2 to make up the difference. I bought this phone based on those hollow promises and right now HTC is completely blowing them away. Also, AT&T needs to do something about their bandwidth problems. Every time I get into a city or in a big crowd the data and texting slows to a crawl. Many times I get no service available even with 5 bars of signal.