http://news.cnet.com/8301-13579_3-20030654-37.html It's an interesting thought. Sure with any test group you have a fairly large margin for error when comparing a small test group (700 random users) with a full customer base... but it does make you think more since they were a random group. I know, personally, quite a few Android users (myself included) who purchased Pre-Order (or will be picking up on release day) iPhones. I also know a few ATT users who are going Verizon for the improved voice (all 3 of my personal friends doing this are in area's locally where they already have to use microcells just to be usable at home). So what are your thoughts? If even 1/2 of that number holds it could be a much larger number for 2011 Verizon iPhone sales than anticipated. What I really want to know, on top of this, is how many already sold via pre-order since we know they sold a "record number". I could've sworn that one of the Android phones sold over a million on pre-order previously so if that was true then Verizon smashed ATT's 600k. Anyhow... just some interesting thoughts from it. **Note: I have nothing against ATT, etc. I just found this interesting. I'm w/ Verizon due to a large amount of dead spots in the Phx Metro area so that's the only reason I never went ATT. I need voice more than data in terms of constant use. I have wifi just about every major spot I go (home/work/etc).