The two features I most want in a phone is good texting capability and a good quality, high-megapixel camera sensor for on-the-go snapshots when I don't have my dedicated camera with me. For the former I prefer a physical keyboard. My current phone, a Samsung Behold (the first one, not the Android successor) has gone haywire and I need to replace it. The digitizer is on the fritz. I don't even want to bother trying to fix it, as its mediocracy has inspired my contempt. Before malfunctioning, it served as an okay texting machine. It was okay, though I would have preferred a physical keyboard. The camera was okay, though not as good as I would have wanted. My old Motorola Zine with "Kodak" lens produced much better photo quality, though it had the same 5-megapixel resolution as the Behold. Now I am trying to decide what to get as a replacement. To complicate matters, the AT&T T-Mobile buyout is not really something I'm looking for, and I plan to jump ship when/if it all comes about. Unfortunately, I won't be able to use a GSM phone on any other carrier, so whatever phone I get now I would have to change for a CDMA phone in likely less than a year's time, so I really wouldn't like to spend much on a replacement for now. Now that that's out of the way- I'm considering several phones, including the Sidekick LX, which seems to be going for $60-$80 on eBay right now, and the Samsung Gravity, which seems even cheaper, though I am drawn to the Samsung Memoir for its 8-megapixel camera as well, though it seems to sell at about $150 these days. I've thought of just carrying a cheap dedicated camera with me, considering the low photo quality of most of these phones, but I'm not sure I'm ready to carry so many devices. Any suggestions, phone or otherwise?