Hey All...but I'm down to these 2 phones: http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/compare.php?id=3249&id=3373&id=&id=&id= The HTC Sensation 4G and the Samsung Galaxy S II. The Sensation is a bit heavier & thicker than the Galaxy, but not as wide/tall. The Sensation it appears to have better battery life. The Galaxy is a bit faster (high speed wise), but I don't do a lot of games, music, webbing so I'm sure the Sensation would do. I had the new BB9900 for a little over a week. While I loved the new keyboard, a lot of people complained about the voice quality. I could hear them fine on my end, but they always said that I sounded like I was underwater or talking inside a tin can. The voice came across garbled as well. Also the battery life on the BB was atrocious for a BB! I had to charge it twice a day, and I'm not a heavy user! This brings the question of voice quality. I tried calling my cousin who's my biggest critic to phones with bad voice quality. She said I sounded fantastic...like I was right next door on the SGSII. But I'm leaning ever so slightly more towards the Sensation. The T-Mobile store did not have a live model that I could call out on...you could only browse through menu's, web, etc. The SGSII was live. Can anyone tell me how the voice quality is on the HTC Sensation? The reason I ask is T-Mobile charged me $50 re-stock fee on the damn BB! I was kinda PO'd about it, so I though since I gave back the BB that would end my contract and I'd go elsewhere. Not a chance! They said since I agreed to a new rate plan I'm "stuck" with them for 2-years even though I gave back the phone! So I don't want to get the Sensation and find out the voice quality is lousy and then be stuck with another $50 fee!! I talked to a TM rep on the phone, and they said I could write into: firstname.lastname@example.org and see if I could get my contract cancelled, since I just signed the new contract on Dec-17th. Anyhoo, let me know your thoughts all! If I go over to VZW, I might get the Droid Incredible 2. Otherwise I'll stay with T-Mobile, but really feel they should refund me the $50, or give me a $50 credit towards the Android since the BB was faulty.