I've currently got a Treo 650 that I'm severely disappointed with. It's a fantastic PDA and email device, syncs perfectly with my mac with Missing Sync, but the phone on the damn thing is such a piece of crap that I've already had to get it swapped out once 6 months after purchase, and am close to having to get it swapped out again 4 months later. The reception is terrible, I get my texts 45 minutes late, it drops calls on me when I have three bars of service, and really just sucks. I'm at the point of considering throwing in the towel and just getting a different phone. I don't want to switch off of Sprint, since their rate plans are far and away the best fit for my usage patterns. I also have a substantial corporate discount with them from my old job that I'd lose if I switched (new job does not offer said discount), and since I have such a large bill, this would be a fairly significant hit. I also refuse to use a Windows Mobile device. I tried a friend of mine's and the UI just made no sense to me. Of course, this and my Sprint-only caveat limit my selection, but perhaps that's helpful: My only options on Sprint that seem workable are the Treo 700p and the BlackBerry 8703e. My only concern with the 700p is that the phone will just as big of a pain in the butt. Anyone here have experience with that, especially in comparison to the 650? Anyone here have a BlackBerry with Sprint? How do they charge you for the BlackBerry service? If you're just doing it personally instead of working with an enterprise server, do you have to have a PC to run the software to push your email (as I do with the 650 and sprint's Business connection personal edition, but would loooooove to get rid of)? Does the BlackBerry have any sort of voice-dial application that's anywhere near as good as the add-on one for the Treo? And, again, is the phone itself a total piece of crap, or is it at least decent? Because I have the 650, I already have Missing Sync, and the pocketmac for BlackBerry is free, so software is not really an issue for me. I don't have much money in peripherals that wouldn't still work with the Blackberry, and those that I'd have to replace are fairly cheap. I really just want to know if it's worth trying to switch to one of these phones. Anybody got any advice?