So, in the dreadfully long period of time that we are still waiting for the Droid Bubonic turd to drop, I've been researching other phones and news. Why? Probably for the same reason as all of you - to be sure that I'm getting the best phone possible for my hard-earned money. I've found several links, all posted within the last week, that make me sick. A possible 3D version of the SGSII: Samsung Galaxy 3D coming by the end of the year? - Phone Arena The Dinara "superphone": Rumor: Motorola Dinara to follow Droid Bionic in late 2011 | Android Atlas - CNET Reviews And the Samsung Galaxy Q, a possibly FOLDABLE 5.3'' incher. Wondering How You’re Going to Fit Samsung’s 5.3 Inch Galaxy Q in Your Pocket? You Might Be Able to Fold It [Video] So, I've been thinking. Do I really NEED the Bionic? My habits, of course, will vary, but this is what I use my phone for: Calls (rarely) Taking pictures (very rarely) Taking video (never) Video-chatting (never. . why am I going to dress up just to make a phone call?) Texts Web surfing E-book reading Movies (rarely. . .no matter how awesome the screen is, my 42'' plasma is way better) Tethering for my home PC (somewhat frequently) So, for the above things, do I need a super fast processor? Do I need an excellent camera? Do I need a bunch of RAM? I'm just so sick of the "next best thing" cycle, and I'm wondering if I'm just getting carried away with keeping up with the tech instead of just being content with what I have. What do you guys think? Are we being swept away by the hype? Or do we really need these to be able to use our phones the way we plan to?