Posted a while back about looking to switch from Android after many years, was asking about feasibility of buying a new in box 7 Plus in 2018; that transaction fell through unfortunately. Still interested in making the switch, am focused in on XR because it offers more bang for buck, likelihood of longer lifespan/updates than Pixel (Android alternative I was considering) because of A12, great camera, is about at the top range of what I'm prepared to spend on a phone and tests I've seen seem to indicate they're more durable than similarly priced used X, which is a definite concern for me. (I'm a klutz, it's why my phones go in the strongest possible case with tempered glass screen protector before they're powered on, am looking at Pelican Shield made of Kevlar for XR. I could care 3.5 cacas about a phone's "style" and "elegance," my phone is a tool that I can't afford the headaches/financial "ouch"/down time to fix if I drop it and smash it, even with "uh-oh" insurance.) I got to test drive a friend's XR and loved it, but the thing is, even though it's only .2 inches taller, .15 inches wider and actually is .02 inches shallower than my current phone (HTC 10), and is just 1.16 ounces heavier, the flippin' thing felt like a brick in my hand, not quite but almost uncomfortable. I know a lot of that is probably in my head, but it was my actual first impression. I really don't want a plus-sized phone ... I know that's the trend, call me an oddball ... one reason being that I still carry my phone in a leather pouch on my belt loop (I know it's geeky but it works for me) and don't want to be wearing a boat paddle. But by the specs the XR should be do-able. My question ... has anyone else gotten that feeling at least initially, and is it a case of just getting used/adjusted to it? Someone had a thread about going from a big to a small phone, call this "need tips for going from a small to a bigger phone," LOL!