here is a minor gripe I have with Sprint.... Text Messaging 1st mistake) they make it so u have to have the Wireless Web enabled on your phone in order to send or receive any text messages. 2) thus to type in a lil 100 character text message during the daytime can take minutes out of ure precious daytime minutes 3) if the person u r sending it do doesnt have the WW they wont even get it (on sprint that is, the recipient will get it on other carriers though) This is plain stupid. They should let their phones be SMS enabled (which they probably are just that sprint has the manufacturer's lock that feature) and sell text messages similar to the way they do in europe and that vErizon was smart enough to do.....bundle say 100 or so (send and receive) for like 3 or 4 bucks a month. In fact this past year the saving grace for european carriers revenuewise was the money they made of text messaging...now of course what works in europe may not work here but they way sprint is doing it they will never find out. this would never have worked until now; since finally inter-carrier messaging is here........Larry if u r out there please tell anyone u know at Sprint to try to get this info to the right channels....it is a business faux pas Also....I think sprint not releasing its 1xrtt service in certain major markets is a mistake, doing the whole nation at once is nice and all but being early in certain areas is key.