Ok, just because this is a fun thread, I wanted to drop in a few fun nuggets of fun... I just used fun 3 times in one sentence - oops 4 in 2 sentences... Yearly Hardware Upgrades? Verizon Wireless offers primary lines the same special "upgrade" deals after one year. Any voice plan of $39.99 or more gets you a device priced at the 2 year contract price on a 1 year extension (making your contract a full 2 years again.) If you wait the full 2 years, you get a $25 credit on plans under 79.99 and a $50 credit on plans over $80.00. Sprint offers you a $75 credit after 1 year and $150 after 2 years. If you are a premiere customer, you also get the 2 year pricing after 1 year (instead of retail minus the credit). Service Pricing? Everyone makes a big deal about how much more you get on Sprint than Verizon. The true question is what features will you use. The first thing I hear most people bitch about with the Moment is the 'Sprint Bloatware' and they can't wait to root the phone and remove SprintTV, Nascar, NFL, etc... Once you remove them all, you really ruin the 'advantages' of Sprint's extras. Now for true pricing info... Verizon $39.99 450 minutes, $20.00 unlimited text, $29.99 unlimited data, $89.98 total... Sprint $69.99 total... So $20 a month? Worth it or not? Depends on your coverage area... Sprint roams for FREE on Verizon? Totally NOT true. Currently, Sprint users are not charged a per minute rate for using Verizon's network. The minutes used on Verizon's network are counted against your Anytime Minutes - including any cell numbers you call. Your data is also SEVERELY capped on Verizon's (or any other carrier's) roaming agreement. You are alloted "5GB" of data while on Sprint's network. You are only alloted "300MB" when roaming. These are not 'set in stone' numbers, but if you go over the allotment, they can/may charge you overage fees. So be careful about 'not being charged' for roaming on Verizon's network. Moment or Droid I got lucky and had to outfit 2 Droids in the last week for people at the office. They had the choice of the Droid, Eris or Incredible: both decided on the Droid for the keyboard - and both don't use it. I would have to rate them like this - keeping in mind the 'older' Android version, and some additional bugs that are going to be patched (hopefully) in the 2.1 update next month (hopefully)! Keyboard - Moment 8 Droid 3 - I give this to the Moment as the buttons are spaced better, are slightly raised and I prefer the dedicated number row. Of course, the larger display sure makes the on-screen board much nicer on the Droid, but let's not go there... Screen - Droid 8 Moment 6 - Overall, the Droid's resolution is better than the LED on the Moment. Another negative is the 'whites' on the Moment contain a bit of a bluish tint - though on full color screens, it's barely noticeable. The lower rating for the Droid is the fact that the screen resolution isn't standardized and can create some interesting looks on some apps. Speed - Droid 8 Moment 7 - Overall, the Droid had a bit more zip - but again, this might be the 2.1 tweaks over the Moment's 1.5. Side by side, both devices were at max bars signal strength and even simple tasks like Pandora, Slacker and Rhapsody skipped on the Moment as soon as anything was activated: Docs to Go, Accelerometer, Email poll, even a text message arrvial in Handcent. The Droid, no issue at all. Controls - Moment 7 Droid 7 - I gotta call this one even. Moment: External "D-Pad" in the form of the optical sensor. Droid - External search button (instead of the upper left of the internal keyboard) other than that, stock Android controls are pretty much good around the board. Overall - Moment 7 Droid 8 - The Droid is a bit faster (mainly due to the 2.1 update), the screen size is a bit nicer and the search functions are much more usable. The Moment however, has a great keyboard, great optical controls and costs about 1/2 of what the Droid does... Winner? Depends on your preferences.