Now that Sprint has the iPhone I was finally able to make the switch from my EVO 4G. Here are some first impressions after my first day with my shiny new iPhone 4S. When I first took the iPhone out of the box I was struck with how heavy and solid it felt I my hand. I say heavy but I mean that in a good way. It's not too heavy, it just feels like a very solid and well made device. I can't find a single imperfection. It is obviously built to exacting specifications. One thing I was concerned about was the screen size. The EVO has a very nice 4.3" screen so it is a decent difference in size. With that said, I must admit that it doesn't feel like there's much difference at all. Possibly due to the higher resolution? I will miss two features. I love the Swype keyboard. I got very used to it and used it pretty much exclusively. I know I can send texts via Siri but that will take some getting used to. The other thing I'll miss is Google Navigation. I know there are many apps I can buy and even some free options but for those that never used it, it really is an excellent GPS navigator that also happens to be free. I never, or more accurately, rarely used widgets on my EVO but I will say it was nice to have the option. The only one I used was time/weather. I especially liked the time because it was large enough that I didn't need my glasses to see it. Performance is in one word, incredible! I have never seen performance as smooth and silky as the iPhone 4S. No matter what I throw at it, it performs flawlessly. Surfing the web while on 3G is much faster than with my EVO. On WiFi its almost as fast as my MacBook. Really impressive. Text messaging is pretty much the same. I don't have any friends that have iPhones so I can't really comment on iMessage in terms of communication with other iMessage users. Voice calls are crystal clear. It got to the point with my EVO that I would reach for the house phone if I had to make a call because it always sounded a bit distorted. If the person on the other end was using speakerphone it was very difficult to understand them. I spoke to my daughter for about 15 minutes earlier today and it was crystal clear. I think I'll be reaching for the iPhone first now. I haven't tried Siri too much yet but I've had some mixed results. Siri didn't understand what I was asking for more than I had expected. It's possible I need to get used to holding the phone at the right distance and speak more clearly but I did expect a bit better. This morning however, Siri understood me perfectly when I asked for temp, to set a reminder and to search for a website. Like I said, I may just have to be more consistent with how close I hold the phone and how loudly I speak. That's about it for now. All in all I am thrilled with my purchase. I got the 32 GB white version and am very happy with it. Looking forward to really put it through its paces today.