So I posted in the GPS topic about how my testing went, I'll copy it here so you guys can take a look too.
The phone does not have a flash SunDog, but it has something better: A night-time mode like mid-high end cameras that takes better pictures than some tiny flash that illuminates 3 meters around you and looks unnatural.
Here's my post from the GPS topic:
"Note: Please bear with me, this is my first device with GPS. For all my tests, Wi-Fi was enabled.
The short version: Unless it's just my phone, Canadian's Vibrants GPS seems to work fine.
The long version: So I did a bunch of testing now that I actually have my Vibrant (I have the Canadian Bell version), and although I am new to the whole GPS usage, it seems to me that my Vibrant (and hopefully other Canadian ones too) works fine.
I did 3 tests, 1 practical (Navigation App), 1 game-oriented (Zombie Run), and 1 application that tested my GPS's ability to lock onto satellites (GPS Test)
The Navigation worked fine, I was able to get accurate directions to places, and my location was shown as only about 20 meters from where I actually was standing. Google Maps showed perfect 3d images of the locations I searched, although from I read this may not be an indicator of a working GPS system.
The Game, Zombie Run, worked perfectly as well. My location on the map moved when I moved, and the location was again, very close to where I actually was.
GPS test took a while to find enough satellites to lock on to, but when I did, there was 7 sats and I was locking on to 4 or 5 at a time, after about a minute. There were a few seconds when the bars turned gray and it said 0 of these were in use, but it jumped back up to 4 or 5 shortly. Since the practical testing went well, I can assume (or hope) that this means that the GPS is actually working.
Perhaps there is hope, after all?"