Getting ready to try out an Android phone this week. I'm currently on a corporate-owned BB, but this will be a personal phone so I will be a new customer on any carrier. This is going to be a 30-day trial, so I'll have time to change my mind. But I also know that, due to inertia, there's a 67% chance I'll end up keeping whatever I get first.... so looking for some quick-and-dirty advice even before I test drive one. Since Verizon only offers 14-day returns, they're out... at least for the test-drive. Spent time at AT&T and Sprint today and am leaning towards the Inspire or EVO 4G... probably the Inspire. Atrix was very snappy but I'm a sucker for those big screens. I realize everyone has opinions, and pro-con experiences with different carriers. I'm really looking for "gotchas" that might not be evident, to look hard at another phone/carrier for some reason. For example, I've read that AT&T doesn't allow non-market apps. I'm sure there are ways around that, so that's the kind of info I'm hoping to get out of the way up front... to rule certain phones/carriers in or out. I don't want a neutered phone. Rather than try to type all of my questions, I'll just throw out a few bullet points and see what you guys come back with. Any advice is appreciated, even for Verizon phones. Plans and hardware costs are in line enough that this isn't a big consideration (Inspire is $100 cheaper than Evo 4G, but AT&T plan is $5 more... x24 months that equalizes things). Leaning towards AT&T mainly b/c would like to be able to do voice and data at same time. AT&T voice and data service rates well where I live (Raleigh), current sprint BB coverage is fine. Don't care about front-facing camera No issue with rooting and/or custom ROMs. I have the hacker's/tinker's inability to NOT mess with gadgets, so will probably do this anyway. Is ROM development more active on the EVO vs. inspire? Like most, am attracted to wifi hotspot but not interested in paying the extra fee for the infrequency I will use it. Is one carrier vs. another more strict about auditing usage and looking for "rouge"/unpaid hotspots (why is that guy's droid looking for MS updates?) Thanks again for any thoughts.