Hey all, I've always been a fan of my small iPhone. I've had the original, the 3GS, the 4S, the 5, and now the 5S. Never had a desire for bigger. That said, was also never a phablet hater - I understood the allure, just wasn't what I preferred. With the 6 Plus reveal, I decided "eh, why not?" I'll try it, and if I hate it, I can return it. I'm really drawn to the bigger battery and true 1080p - truly the only real reason I care for it over the regular 6. But since ordering, I've had concerns with one handed use. Eh, not even use - specifically, typing/texting. If I'm navigating my phone, I can spend a second using two hands to jump into an app. But once I'm, say, in my messages app, it's important I can type with one hand. I'll take pics later (after I cross out the phone number), but I just borrowed a co-workers 5.5" LG G3. Sure, the bezels are a tiny bit thinner, but the phone is a bit thicker, so it's kind of a wash. Regardless, texting was no issue at all. My right hand's thumb could EASILY exceed anywhere on the keyboard by half an inch. Q, P, Z, and M/punctuation were all very simple. No strain on my hand at all. The toughest part was where the "home" button would be - so that's a bit awkward - but I think it'll come easier with practice. And I couldn't reach the top left of the screen, but that will be easy with the new "reachability" shortcut, and again, not a huge concern of mine. Just thought it'd be worth mentioning so us larger guys can rest a bit easier. I know all the impressions we can get right now are worthwhile.