I upgraded from a Droid 2 to a Rezound on Nov 15, when the holiday extended exchange policy started. Loved everything about it except SenseUI (first time user of it, just not used to it yet). When the Nexus came out on Dec 15, I immediately exchanged for it, having looked forward to it for months. It's a wonderful device except that it didn't work. The signal issues are definitely not being exaggerated, but some units suffer them worse than others. I knew Google/Verizon would fix it, but instead of just getting low signals, I was getting full blown unusable signal, as indicated by all grey bars with no 3G/4G next to it. Between that and horrendous battery life it was causing, I had to make a decision: exchange it for another GNex and be patient or see if i could get back to a Rezound. While in the Verizon kiosk at a BJs, my phone lost reception completely. Meanwhile, the display unit Rezound was sitting there with a -64 dBm signal. Thankfully, a manager saw that this could be classified as a defect and let me move back the the Rezound. While the nexus was fun, the Rezound just plain worked. And is the other phone I'd really wanted, so I'm by no means settling. Sure, I'll miss the large screen size, pure ICS, etc... but at the end of the day, bells and whistles aside, a phone has the be a phone first. And this thing will be even better once ICS comes to it, either Sensified or pure if S-OFF ever comes. I miss the GNex, but in no way regret my decision. Esp considering I almost didn't give up my first Rezound for a GNex to begin with. Was on the fence for a while. One main upside is that we get to bypass the ICS growing pains for a while as we sit on a rock solid version of Gingerbread. And, in my case, my second Rezound actually has crimson colored soft keys as opposed to the pink glow of my first one.