Granted, one of the limiting differences between Verizon and AT&T is their cellular technology, where CDMA cannot use voice and data simultaneously. Related to that technology, GSM phones are more widely accepted in other countries, provided you adhere to AT&T's international roaming prices and policies. (We're not talking jailbreak or unlocking here). But, with Verizon's push of offering an unlimited data plan, being confident enough for a flawless launch, and their superior network coverage... WHAT IF they actually end up with a better experience for iPhone users than AT&T has ever been able to provide? No "death grip" issue, no or less dropped calls, no dead zones, no launch day crashes and headaches, etc.. Would that be a big enough slap in the face for AT&T, who has never been able to get it right in the four years of iPhone launches, raising their data plans followed by tiering them, a good ribbing from hundreds of YouTube videos to Jon Stewart and The Daily Show, and wasteful use of their resources - their profits - from our monthly subscriptions - on things like "Seth the Blogger Guy" and the "Rethink Possible" campaign, scarely giving our MicroCells for free and charging many others to fix their network inefficiencies, and relying on their customer base to use their Mark the Spot app to point out their obvious dead zones and network problems? Would you switch? Would you have more contempt? Would you just suck it up and deal with it?