I just got my RAZR phone on Friday and the salesman said I was getting a bit of an upgrade over the 100 dollar version of the RAZR because they were out of those. I paid 150 (subsidized rate, of course). Still less than what I had planned to buy (and, yay, they finally did it without messing with my very nice, legacy voice plan). When I look at the phone under Windows Explorer via USB, there are three drives as follows: There is a "kind of" CD ROM called MotoCast that seems to auto-install itself on every new Windows box I plug it into. Says 72.4 MB The second one, which is my "internal storage" shows only 8 GB. The third, which appears to be the "SD card", shows about 16 GB. Neither amount corresponds to what I remember being told. I know which drive is which because I saved some stuff using Quick Office that I labelled with the name of the storage it went into; so I know what is what. But, I'm a little puzzled as to exactly what I got here. I wanted the phone and was planning to pay more than I did anyway, but I would like to know what I was actually buying; doesn't correspond exactly to what I was told (I think). I'm very experienced with computers, but new to smart phones. I studied the market a while, but you'd never know it from what I see today.