****RANT WARNING**** Ok, I will start by saying I love my Atrix, I love the hardware, I love the software, I love the speed, I love the form factor, I love the screen, I love this phone. It's really the first high end phone I have ever owned and for me it DID live up to the hype. At least the PHONE did. I HATE cell phone carriers, I hate them all. I hate Verizon - they are pompous, they have horrible customer service, and they make you feel like you should be thanking the lord they let you use their network. I hate Sprint - they have the worst network and the customer service is a joke. I Hate T-Mobile - again, sub standard network and poor customer service. And yes I HATE AT&T - I am currently on this network by default, there's no one else left. I have tried them all, (all the big boys anyway) I had been using t-mobile phones on this network because AT&T refused to have decent android handsets (come on the Backflip? Aria? Xperia? really? seriously?) So finally...finally AT&T releases that they will be coming out with some real power house Android phones, the HTC Inspire 4G and the Motorola Atrix 4G. The Atrix? A dual core Tegra 2, 16 gigs of onboard storage, all that RAM, a fingerprint scanner...and it's Motorola? (I love Motorola phones) .... AT&T is coming out with this phone? I had new hope. I was actually excited about ... about my cell carrier. I was not embarassed to say "yea I am on AT&T". And the day it comes out, I get the box open I install apps in a flash, I get my launcher installed, my wall paper, all my apps in place, the calls so crisp so clear..... Then it happens, no one working for AT&T in Kansas City has even heard of a new SIM card for 4G phones, the capped data speeds, the evasive answers, being ignored by AT&T AND Motorola, being treated like, like dirt, like we don't matter. I am almost 40, I used to stand up for my rights, I would not shop or eat at places that I felt did not value my business, I work way too hard for my money to give it away where it's not wanted. I want to take this phone and shove it so far up the ***** of AT&T and Motorola that it would never see the light of day again ... but ... but I LOVE THIS PHONE I am torn. I am conflicted. I am twisted up inside. What is a man to do, this is the phone I have wanted for YEARS, but again, I used to believe in standing up for what's right, sticking it to the "man" .... And to do that I have to give this phone back... DAMN YOU AT&T DAMN YOU!