Heyo everyone, I actually have just been extremely busy lately, and have been unable to post. Finally I got time to do so. I figured I let you guys know about this, incase you already didn't. I was curious about testing the full graphic capability of the Samsung Indulge. I wanted to see a 3D game, and push it to its limits. Well running a playstation game on your droid IMO is pretty much that. There's two apps out there that can do this. One is complete crap, and the other is like 5$ on the market. FPSE is the name, can be found here: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.emulator.fpse Compared to the other app, it seriously runs like x5 times as fast. WARNING IF YOU DO NOT OWN A PLAYSTATION, DO NOT DOWNLOAD THIS! (unless the laws have changed lol). IF you own a playstation, download this file (which is REQUIRED to use ANY PSX emulator) BIOS PS1_scph1001.bin Then you have to also get games, which again you MUST OWN THEM lol. Yes, if you download a ROM file, you must OWN a copy of the game personally *wink wink nod nod*. *coughs*I google this PSX ISO Download Section Anyways, the point about this post was mainly to inform you guys that not only is this phone 4G and fast, but the graphic quality is pretty dam up there. So far not many other android phones can run a PLAYSTATION as an app. Realizing of course the tablets with Honeycomb can run ps3 graphics ; ;, but still the indulge is FAR superior to the other Metro phones in terms of graphics. The screen might not be AMOLED, but heck i wouldn't be suprised that if it did, our battery life would be 10 minutes. In case you want to know how to set it up, obviously download the app first. Install the file onto your sd card that it posted on mediafire above, and it doesn't matter where in the sd card it is. Then get a game, and put it on your sd card, again where ever. Then once you start the app select a game, which has to be in the format posted on the FPSE requirements: Supports .img, .iso, .bin, .cue, .nrg and .Z disc image formats Then, it'll ask you to select a bios, then go find the file i had you download and install onto your SD card. Now after this, mine took a minute or so before the game started. Not all games are supported, and I would check the apps site to see what games are. There's a crap load that are, like 250. Most of them are popular ones to. Any questions let me know.