I've been reading the thread started by Spacekungfuman titled, "Is Android for me?" and decided that I could use similar guidance in the selection of my next phone. My current phone is running Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro (I know, a dinosaur) and has a less than 2-inch square screen. I guess the second question here would be "Is Windows Phone for me?" 1. I like the idea of having a mini-computer in my pocket and not just a telephone. 2. I will post to Facebook with it occasionally, including pictures. Twitter, maybe. 3. I want to be able to text comfortably and (relatively) quickly. 4. I have an iPod Touch that I use mostly for podcasts, so I won't need a phone/mp3 player. I guess I'm neutral on this with a new phone. 5. I almost never play games on the iPod, so I'm not really interested to do so on a phone. Maybe something simple (like Solitaire) to pass the time in a queue. 6. I think I will be customizing the appearance of the homepage but not much more than that. 7. My family is currently on AT&T and we have almost no complaints. I'm very reluctant to change carriers. 8. I would like to be able to receive email on my phone, but if I can't, it won't be a deal-breaker. 9. I will assume that the number of apps for Android will someday catch up with the number of apps available for iPhone. Well, maybe not "catch up," but certainly will be many more available as the platform's popularity increases. I'm sure I'll have more questions later.