Okay, so I'm not actually sure if it was a full dozen, but it's possible. Five different times yesterday, I picked up my phone to use it for whatever reason, and it was frozen on the "always on display." At the time, I didn't know holding the power button needed to be for 12 seconds, so I didn't do it long enough, and thought I was stuck. So it went unusable for several minutes before it rebooted itself. I tried plugging it into a charger, having someone facebook message me, and I used a landline to call it. It rang on the other end but the phone did nothing. I had an S2 that the power button quit working on, so I used to know lots of ways to force the screen on..lol So, that's five times just that I picked it up to use it. One time I pulled it out of my pocket, and it was in the middle of rebooting. So that's once that I almost didn't know about. And because it's only freezing on the "always on display," there's no way to see that there's a problem with the phone until you pick it up to use it. It's a week old, Verizon model being used on StraightTalk, bought from Amazon. New, not refurb. Thoughts?