I know I do. I let my Pre go, sending it 750 miles away (To a friend that needed another phone) after buying my HTC Evo 4g. While I have no regrets --- My Evo is freaking fantastic, I am starting to miss my pre I've said this before. There will always be a soft spot in my heart for the pre. I don't think I've ever felt this way about a phone before after letting it go. The phone was laggy and slow a lot of times, and it always broke or malfunctioned rather easily. But, I guess I miss playing with it. THings I miss: There was this AWESOME App for the pre that I cannot seem to find and adequate substitute for in the Android App Market. It's called "Wallpaper Switcheroo". There are many apps in the Android Market that switches wallpapers, but the Switcheroo app worked in the background and downloaded new images every night to use for backgrounds. The types of images it downloaded were set by the user via the app in the image category settings. You could also set how often the background changed with an option to pause background switching during a certain time period. The thing that made this app so appealing is that when I turned on my phone, you never knew what background image you would be greeted with. I wish there was an android app that did this! Switcheroo was free in the Palm App store but I would pay to get those features with images as nice (and in higher res) on my android. ------ The facebook app on the Pre is superior to the official app we have on Android. On the Pre, I got text message-like notifications on my pre whenever there was a new notification. This even without the app being open. The app on the Pre was even more intuitive than the crap we get on the Evo. ------------------------ Texting was muck more prettier on the pre than on the EVo. I know there is an app that makes messaging nicer looking, but I shouldn't have to download an app. I think its the HTC Sense messaging app that makes it look like crap. Anyone has any suggestions for apps or tweaks to make texting on my Evo look my appealing? ----------- Multitasking and switching between apps were a breeze on the Pre. I still can't get the hang of doing it on the EVo, though I know how. Its just not as crisp on the EVo as it is on the Pre. Of course I knew that when I got the Evo, but what can you do? Its these little things like that that I miss about the Pre. Overall, I really like my new Evo, and wouldn't trade it for anything else... not even the iPhone 4, but I guess my pre grew stronger on me than I must have realized.