For the shortsighted few that always seem to have heartburn about the Eris' lot in life, consider this - granted, I've upgraded to 2.1 but: I go on a trip and use Google's navigation - works great (and I'm a long time Garmin user). While navigating, I'm streaming Pandora over my cars audio system - never skips or blips in 3-4 hours. When the nav voice comes on, Pandora music fades out. When nav voice is done, music comes back on - just like you'd expect. In the middle of navigating + Pandora, I get a call on my phone. Hit Accept, all other audio mutes and call comes over my car audio. Call done, music back on. Didn't remove device from dash holder. Have work and personal voice mails sent to Google Voice vmail. I decline a few calls and Google Voice transcribes them and notifies me in the Notification Bar. Touch the screen and read all vmails - no number punching into Verizon's 1980's vmail system. Still navigating and streaming Pandora by the way. During this time I'm also getting notified of work and personal emails. Occasionally check them with no interruption of other functions. Oh yes, and weather is being updated continuously with temp being displayed in Nav bar whenever I am there. Would have been notified of any National Weather Alerts had they occured. Also did a few voice searches along the route too. Now, I see some wanting to dump the Eris in favor of the Incredible - a great device to be sure. But my question is what's the urgency? Basically, any review you read points out all the 2.1 + Sense functionality which is what I've been using for a month or more now. Sure, it's a little faster, has a better screen and camera but nothing worth breaking a VZW contract for - or paying the non-contract price. My point is if you have an Eris, upgrade it and use it. It is an amazing device even compared to some more recent devices. In another 9 mo to a year all of us are going to be looking forward to an even better LTE device anyway. The Incredible jumpers are out more money, contractly bound longer and didn't get much more.