So I got my incredible about 40 days ago. I live in Cleveland, OH. We have spotty reception at our house, and it has always affected our phones, so a year ago we bought a network extender. Now it's my understanding that the incredible, for some reason, only acknowledges the network extender when in a call, not on stand by, so my stand by signal is still going to be low. My dad got an incredible about 2 weeks after I got mine. He lives back in PA in a smaller town. The town has good reception though and we've never had issues with signal strength there. So I stopped drove home to visit him today and I looked at his phone information to see this.... 219 hours or roughly 9 days. I can't break 24 hours out here. Since I left my house today and drove the 3 hours home, hung out at home all day, then the 3 hours back, it hasn't rebooted at all. Probably will tonight sometime. We then went into the Network part to look at the signal strength and his phone was saying -80dBm and mine was at -60dBm and the phones were under a foot away from each other. He's going to drive out tomorrow where he knows there is no signal and sit there for a while and see if the phone reboots. If it does....it has to be a signal strength problem, no? His phone, that never reboots, suddenly reboots with no signal, I think that'll confirm that. I don't know if it's been confirmed such a way before, but I thought I'd show you how his phone has been running for 9 days and how he had such a better signal than mine (even though mine showed full bars and his showed 2, but I know that was an issue discussed before too).