Ok, so after looking at the 6 the size isn't horrible (I actually prefer a smaller phone) because it's so thin. I still like how my 5 fits in my pocket better (and in my purse). And I think my 5 feels more sturdy. Now, the reason I ask why not, is I just went to the AT&T store and they are willing to give me 200 for my 5 and 100 for the 4 I still have (I'm amazed they'll give me that much for the 4). So, seeing as it would cover a 64 GB iphone 6 except for upgrade fees (i'm guessing around 50 bux? I think he said the upgrade fee was 40 and I'm sure they have some other fee to throw in there), is there a reason I should stick with my 5? My biggest issue is superficial, I much prefer the looks of my 5 to the 6. I really liked how the 5 looks and I am not a big fan of curves, I like angles. That and its size. Oh, and the 5 feels more sturdy (and I can attest that it is pretty sturdy, it survived a motorcycle wreck 5 days after I got it, and no, the scratches were not from that. I would have noted as it still was new and shiny and I was using it a lot in the hospital). Part of me goes I'm not going to get as good value for them next year and the 5 is only getting older (its battery is already noticeably shorter and it has scratches). So if I wait and I have to replace it, I will end up paying more than if I just go ahead and do it now. I'm also on a tight budget, keeping it is free long as it keeps working. No upgrade fee. And I still get to keep my 4 as a backup phone if something happens (I really don't want to use my 4 though, it was getting annoyingly slow before I replaced it). But this means I get a shiny new phone with a new batter for the price of an upgrade. But I worry it's more fragile so more likely I'll do something to it. So, why should I stay with my 5 (we're talking money wise, is it wise to go ahead and upgrade or is it better just to risk it and pay nothing at all)?