I've been wanting to upgrade my cell phone for over six months now. I have really been putting a lot of thought into it and searching around but still haven't found an ideal phone/carrier/plan combo. Here is a brief list of what I am looking for. Phone: - Works with iSync (USB or Bluetooth but prefer BT) - Want to sync contacts and calendar items. ToDos would be nice also. - Flip phone - Color display & External display - Don't care about camera much - I am not looking for a Palm, Windows Mobile device - too expensive and I don't need it. Carrier/Plan: - I am on Sprint and would prefer to stay with them, but their phone selection is just awful, IMO. I have been with Sprint for about five years now and have not had problems with coverage or customer service. I have heard horror stories from others with Sprint on the net, but I'm basing my opinion on personal experience and I have always had good experiences with their customer service. - I am open to changing carriers. - I live in Detoit metro area so coverage near my home/work is probably not an issue with any of the major carriers. - My cell phone is my only phone, I have no land line. Therefore, I would like the carrier to have a national plan, national coverage area, strong singnal near my home (Plymouth, MI). I am open to any and all suggestions that meet above criteria or at even most of it. Currently, I am leaning towards switching carriers to Cingular and picking up a RAZR v3 off Amazon.com. If anyone is familiar with the RAZR v3 or Cingular in the metro Detroit area please tell me about your experiences. Also, I am considering iSync compatibility to be an important feature for me. From those of you who use it, how is it? Do you believe it is a really valuable feature? I think it would be very nice not to have to enter contact info and phone numbers directly into the phone. I also like keeping calendar and todo items on my phone, but again wish to be able to input them on my Mac mostly and be able to view and add them (occaisionally) on the phone. I already keep all this info on my Mac and figure iSync is the way to go for this functionality. Thanks for your time.