I'm not much of a mobile phone user. My last phone had its sim card cancelled because I didn't use it for months at a time, so that gives you an idea of where I'm coming from. I got into Macs last year and really like the system and now have a MBP and a Mac Pro, both of which I love after being a windows person for 12 years. I was considering getting a new phone and thought that if the phone had some interesting features I might actually use it more, although not necessarily to make phone calls, since I don't really make many calls and rarely have ever sent a text message. I do travel a bit, around Europe and in the US. This is what I think would be nice to have: a touch phone like how the iphone works unlimited internet ability to get and send emails a real/virtual keyboard rather than a number pad with several letters on each a gps capability for sat nav type location maps a decent camera bluetooth to connect to my computers a pay as you go service for the few phone calls I might make able to use those features wherever I am in the world The iphone seems to have all this except for the poor camera, plus the ads say unlimited internet for the first year- but then what happens? Also, I have noted that some users find it has several glitches in the features that it offers. The initial cost of the phone is not the main consideration, but I refuse to pay high running costs to get the other features and a contract with lots of minutes and texts is completely useless for me as I might actually make a couple of calls a month and probably no texts. Is there a phone for me? Or am I delusional?