I am really in love/lust/obsessed with the HTC EVO, just like I was with the iPhone in 2007. So much so, that I'm looking into dumping AT&T, and the iPhone to get one. I have a few concerns though (no phone is perfect). Here are my concerns, and maybe someone can answer some questions, or alleviate the concerns. 1)Sprint Network- I left Sprint in 2007 to get an iPhone. At first, the reception blew away Sprint's reception in NYC and Jersey City where I work. I bought the 3G iPhone in 2008, and my service was still great. Since 2009, I can't say that anymore, in Jersey City, I have to turn my phone to Edge just to have a somewhat functional phone. How is Sprint's reception in NY and Jersey City. Obviously I'll have a month to test it out. But from what I've read, Sprint is only behind Verizon in NY. 2) Apps- I'm an app-oholic, I have over 300 apps on my 16gb iPhone 3G. One deal-breaker for me, is that you can't save apps to SD cards on Android 2.1 (I know they said you can in 2.2, but the facts are kinda wishy washy). Also, obviously the Android App store is way behind Apple's, so they are missing some of the main apps I use a lot, like Amazon Kindle app, games (If you haven't played Daredevil Dave, go do it now, so fun), etc. Of course, I could always get a cheap iPod Touch and go that route, though that defeats the purpose of having a smart phone (or all-in-one phone). I also have almost 5meg of music. 3)Data and Phone at the same time- I'm so used to looking stuff up while on the phone with friends, will I be able to do that on the EVO ? The Sprint Rep in NYC said that NYC doesn't have 4G just yet, and from what I understand, you have to be on 4G to be able to do both at the same time. 4) 65k color screen-Truly not a deal breaker, but why make an iphone-killer phone that can't even match up to the first iphone's color screen capacity ? I think those are my main concerns. I originally got an iPhone so I don't have to cary several devices around, so an EVO and iPod Touch seems like a dumb move. But if great phone reception and the great features of the EVO make sense, I may just do so.