Alright, so j live down in southwest Florida south of ft myers. Sprint does not have the greatest signal here as compared to say Verizon, but I get by with it. My new house is in an almost dead zone, and texting while roaming down here does not seem to work down here. (I believe the tower it roams on mainly might be metropcs) I've been able to up with it si ply because sprint offered me a free airave. Anyways almost right by my house there is this monopole cell tower, with 4 carriers, I'm imagining AT&T, Verizon, metro, and I know for a fact the bottom is NEXTEL. Of course sprints not on this tower or another close by one, but starting yesterday. I noticed they had wires attached to the tower, and earlier in the day, men had been climbing up working on the tower. I'm really not sure which carrier they are doing work on, but I'm really hoping it's the NEXTEL antena. I'm not in a huge city, so I don't see AT&T or Verizon deploying 4g, and I don't believe AT&T needs to expand here, so I'm hoping they are adding sprint service! Yippee! I've seen men working as far up as near the top, but mostly near the bottom two carriers. So here's my question to everybody: how do I know which part of the tower they are doing work on and if this becomes a sprint synergy site, how long will it be before service would go live? It seems they are working on the NEXTEL panels, but I could be wrong, what does a Synergy site look like, and would the panels for sprint be placed behind the NEXTEL ones? Ill get a picture when I can. I'd really like to know thanks.