I would keep my motion if it wasn't for the CDMA shutdown of metropcs. The only phone with similar specs and price range of the LG Motion is the F3, since the L9 has outdated hardware. My only real problem with this phone is that it only has like less than 2gb of storage which is face palming. Now, I was saying to myself that I would just go ahead and buy a microSD, but none of the 4.0+ android phones support apps transfer to SD/external storage, so the SD card becomes useless. So what does the company expect us to do? I don't feel like rooting my phone, since I don't do any of that kind of stuff. Do they expect our cdma 4g phones to shut off and force us to migrate over to these phones with ridiculous storage amounts? I mean seriously, not even 2gb of storage is on the phone, which is outrageously stupid and we're stuck with that with a useless SD card if we were to buy one. I mean what was the point of making a phone with so little storage. You cannot even use the phone's full potential like that. So you guys think I should try to hold on to my Motion for a longer period of time until they release a new phone? I am going to be honest, t-mobile phones seem very lackluster, metropcs gave us phones which beefy specs for a nice price, even if they were only slightly better. It might even get worse with prices and types of phones since t-mobile prepaid phones were never really that great. I really wish they could have kept CDMA on so I could keep my motion for awhile even for the next year or two.