So, I got my Evo last week and I am not pleased at all with the Sprint service in my area. On top of that I keep hearing about all these problems with HTC's Android phones, so I'm skeptical that my phone will survive the full 2 year contract. So what to do? I'm probably gona return this phone as soon as possible. But before that I wanted to find out how I can get as much of my money back as possible. I brought the phone through EVP, and kept everything that was shipped. I am also well within the 30 day "trial period". Should I just bring everything that was mailed to me to a sprint store return it like that? Will they put of a fight? Will they refund EVERYTHING? Next is the question of which phone to get. The iPhone is out of the question for too many reasons. All my previous phones were Nokias with Symbian, and although at launch their phones are usually several years ahead of the curve, they never get system updates, so you're stuck with what you bought. Also Symbian's app market is pretty terrible. And finally, Blackberries are just not my thing. So that leaves Android. Unfortunately the only phone that I feel lives up to the hype is the Droid, and it's from the previous generation of Android phones. Are there any good phones from reputable manufacturers coming in the very near future? How I wish Nokia would produce an Android phone, but it'll be a cold day in hell when they ditch Symbian and Maemo. Right now I'm contemplating signing a 1 year contract with Verizon and getting a Droid. I think the Droid's technology will still be acceptable for the next year, and by the time the contract is over there should be a plethora of better Android phones to choose from. Your opinions?