It's been three months since I purchased my iPhone, and I've grown more and more enamored with my newest assistant. Now that I'm fully comfortable with the phone and all of its features, here's my 0.02 worth: 1.) The keyboard is fantastic. I'm tired of people continually taking shots at the device's keyboard (even the Time piece naming it Invention of the Year makes a crack). The keyboard is far more comfortable and easy to type on than most qwertys. I type as fast if not faster, with my iPhone than I did with my BlackBerry. And with fewer mistakes! I've gotten so comfortable, I don't even care if they ever offer landscape typing for email. And I have fat fingers, so for me to say this is pretty impressive. 2.) EDGE really isn't that bad. Yes, I'd prefer 3G. However, I've noticed that if my reception is good (which is pretty much everywhere in the section of NorCal that I live and work), surfing the web is actually pretty fast. Most of the time I have access to WiFi, so I really don't notice the lack of 3G. But the times I'm forced to use EDGE, I honestly don't recall too much frustration over speed. And the practical stuff I use the device for when i'm out and about - Google Maps, Fandango, weather, sports scores, - is pretty speedy. 3.) It *is* a good phone, dammit! Another lazy comment continually made about the device is that it's a crappy cell phone. I couldn't disagree more. Granted, this has as much to do with reception in your area as anything else, but everything being equal I can say this is easily the best cell phone I've ever used, especially for a GSM phone. The voice clarity is great. The call features are really easy to access and use. Is there anyone who doesn't absolutely love Visual Voicemail? 4.) Yes, it really is the best iPod ever made. I don't think I have to go into this one. Now all of this isn't to say the phone can't stand some improvement. All the usual suspects make my list - copy/paste, 3G, MMS, etc. Although 3G, again, just doesn't seem that big a deal to me anymore. Especially because I believe that a 3G data plan will be more expensive than the current package offered. All in all, Apple has sold me on the iPhone for at least the next couple of generations. I cannot imagine going to another smartphone.