So on the 11th of December, I was made eligible for an upgrade as I was in the final month of my contract on my iPhone 3G (I'm on O2 in the UK and got the iPhone 3G the day it was out). I was in all fairness, getting a little bored of the iPhone, but still planned to go in to the O2 store, and upgrade to the 3GS. Once I got into the store, I saw a live working demo of the Pre, and decided, out of curiosity as I had never used, or even seen one in person before, to have a little play on it. I really loved the way it felt in my hand and the interface blew me away. I decided to just upgrade to the Pre, and keep my iPhone 3G as a back-up incase I didn't like it. So everything went well, and I took the Pre home with me (along with a FREE Touchstone charger which was part of the O2 deal, which was nice), and set it up. I loved playing with it that first night, it was awesome. The only thing that was in the back of my mind was that I might miss the apps on the iPhone and the App Store, but I wasn't too worried as I didn't use a huge number of apps on the iPhone (has about a couple of pages of apps). The next day, I began noticing that the battery on the Pre really sucks. I mean, I couldn't even finish my day at work before it died. Also, going back to using the mobile web version of Facebook, as opposed to the Facebook iPhone app, kinda sucked too. Just throughout the day, I found myself missing more and more features of the iPhone. As much as I loved the Pre's form factor, interface, notification system and everything else, I just had become so accustomed to all the apps available for the iPhone; the Pre just felt... well, empty and boring after a day. So tomorrow I'm going to be returning it to O2 as I'm still well within my 14 day grace period. When I upgraded, the staff member said that if I wasn't happy with it I can bring it back and exchange it for the iPhone 3GS (I told her that was what I was considering) and the Pre contract will be cancelled and replaced with a new iPhone 3GS contract, so that's what I'm going to do. In the mean time I've put my sim card back in my 3G and it's like having an old friend back. Just thought I'd let you know my story of leaving the iPhone, and how it can't be done for long!