First, I'd like to say that you guys on this website really seem to know wireless. I work for a wireless /land-line provider and it feels good to see that I still have a lot to learn! Any new comments on Verizon, especially based in Denver? I am ten days into my 15 day trial period. I decided to start with the Nokia 3285 but am seriously thinking that the Motorola 120c may be a better phone. Overall call quality is most important, but I like the versatility of the Nokia in regards to different profiles and ringer selection(can assign different tones to up to 20 different phone book callers). It doesn't hurt that all my old accesories from the 6185 and 5170 work for this handset too. After several calls to customer service and web research, it sounds as if the signal on the Motorola handsets may be better than Nokia for the Verizon system here. I have yet to drop a call with my Nokia handset, but I have had a few unclear calls (only one was long distance), plus the signal meter seems to be lower in many areas compared to the Qwest service I have previously had (Kyocera 3035). As happened to at least one other user, I was lied to by Radio Shack. They said that for 35.00 a month, I could receive the National Single Rate with 500 peak and 2000 evening/weekend minutes. Even as I showed the Radio Shack guy the pamphlet with the actual terms (150 weekday and 3350 weekend; no evening minutes available), he insisted that the terms were as he stated. He did eventually admit that he was wrong. I cancelled the next day and started service at the Verizon Wireless store. They seemed knowledgable, but seem to be unreachable by phone after the sale. Heard VZW has big billing problems?