What might be the final blow to my iPhone days, I am now saving $16/month on my contact. My story in short: I have had the iPhone 3G since about 3 weeks after it was released (couldn't even find the phone before that). For the past two years I never really had an issue with it, it was a great phone and it was my first smart phone. Two months ago it broke, I tried to repair it, it worked for a while, then just went down hill. Apple wanted $200 for a replacement and with the new iPhone 4G around the corner I said no way. I have always had the itch to try out Android but didn't really have a plan to do so, I was locked in a contact with a phone that worked. Now I was locked in a contract with a phone that didn't work. I saw the N1, fell in love and ordered one right away. My plan was to give Android a shot while I waited for the new iPhone to be released. Within hours of powering up the N1 I was hooked. Wallpapers, folders, multitasking, this was all possible on a smartphone (dumb user!)??? Fast forward till today and I am still learning a lot. The last thing I needed to do was to kill off the iPhone plan on my At&t plan. Mind you that my iPhone plan gave me unlimited text/data+my normal voice plan. I called up At&t to see what they could do for me. They asked me for my new IME number and changed that in there system (in order to get rid of the iphone plan the IME number can't be related to the iphone), gave me the same plan, unlimited text/data+my normal voice plan for $16 a month less! On a two year contract that is $384! I am now completely firm in my decision to stay with android and the N1. With LauncherPro, Handcent SMS, and Dolphin HD my N1 is almost set up perfectly, the only thing missing is a good music player. Although I have no plans on trading in my N1, it is also nice to know that I can go hardware to hardware and still keep all my software. Not included in that $16 a month is the money I lost in apps that I couldn't return and now I don't use.