I hate to be one to complain, as I've had half a dozen Apple products before without any issues, but I'm starting to think my iPhone 5 has a radio hardware defect. I have no scuffing problems, wifi connectivity issues, or purple camera lens flare, and my battery life seems to be quite good as well (coming from a Verizon iPhone 4). My 5 is a week 39 64GB. But, my call quality seems to be utter garbage. All of the reviews, both user and professional, rave about the iPhone 5's call quality. My calls seem to suffer from my voice being muffled so that the person on the other end can't hear me. I'm often told to not hold the phone so close to my mouth by the other person... but I'm not even doing that (and holding it further away doesn't correct the issue, either)! Speakerphone quality, on the other hand, is excellent, and far better than other phones I've used. With regard to data, usually the phone connects to LTE perfectly and gets great transfer speeds. However, when changing to an area with worse reception, the phone seems to be unable to use 3G without having LTE disabled in settings. That is, when walking into a building where service weakens, but where the Verizon iPhone 4 would still have at least some 3G data service, the iPhone 5 will show me 4-5 bars and the circle to indicate 2G. And, upon using anything data-related in the "4-5 bars w/ circle" mode (my name for it), the phone is unable to retrieve the data and in most cases times out, even for basic things (like just navigating to www.google.com). The iPhone 4 was always able to [slowly] retrieve data when connected to the 2G network. I should add that I've updated to the latest Verizon radio firmware (13.1) and reset network settings, with no change to either problem. I love everything else about this phone, so I'm leaning towards waiting until near the end of my 30 days and asking for a replacement (betting that later production week = lower chance of defect). I suspect, and hope, that these are uncommon issues and there's a hardware defect with regard to the LTE/CDMA radio in my phone that's responsible for both. Have other Verizon iPhone 5 users encountered either of these issues, or both in tandem?