In the end, it will come to this: Rogers will learn from their mistake, and we will get proper Android support going forward. OR Whether or not we get 1.6, Rogers will fail to properly support Android. If it is the latter, we as consumers must be prepared to take real steps to punish Rogers with our business, or lack there-of. If we are not actually willing to do something in the end, then it is a lot of "sound and fury, signifying little" (to paraphrase the great bard). It's like needing to give your child a consequence when he/she is bad. If there is no meaningful consequence, they only learn that they can continue to do bad things with no fear of reprisal. As consumers, our options if Rogers refuses to properly support Android are as follows: 1. Do nothing, and nothing changes. 2. Stay with Rogers and root our phones, thus voiding our warranty, but allowing us access to updates. At the end of our contracts we can choose to leave, or not. 3. Root our phones to get the updates we need, and either demand to be released from our contracts, or pay the fee to be released if we can't get out of our contracts. At that point with option 3 it would be helpful to have the opinion of a contact lawyer, either to see if we have grounds to be released from our contracts, or to see if it would satisfy the requirements for a class action suit in Canada. If enough Android users are willing to take their business from Rogers, they _might_ take notice. Can anyone get some details on the actual fees to severe the contract? Or if we have grounds to be released from the contracts? Opinion won't do us any good here, we need to know for sure. Attention Rogers: if you're reading this, maybe you won't care, but we are seriously considering these options. Most Android owners are proud geeks, and we don't give up on these things. We also know how to use this thing called "the internet" to communicate with others, research, and disseminate important information; like that potential Rogers customers should reconsider buying Android phones from Rogers if they aren't going to be supported.