I recently ordered my Sprint Palm Treo 700wx through the SERO program. The phone is easy to use right out of the box. Service plan: Sprint SERO 500: 500 fair and flexible minutes Unlimited n&w at 7 pm Unlimited mobile to mobile Unlimited Power Vision Access Unlimited picture/video messages Unlimited text messages Caller ID, Call Waiting, Three-way Calling, Call forwarding, and Voicemail The plan costs me $30 per month before taxes. Sprint Palm Treo 700wx: What Came In The Box: 1. Sprint Palm Treo 700wx 2. Standard Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) Battery 3. AC Travel Charger 4. Stereo Headset 5. USB Sync Cable 6. Manual 7. Software (Active Sync) 8. Read this first poster, getting started packet, and terms and conditions of services Pros: 1. Excellent call quality and reception. I believe the Treo 700wx is just as strong as the Treo 700p 2. The earpiece is loud for the phone 3. The speaker phone is loud unless in very noisy environments 4. The screen is very easy to see both indoors and outdoors in the bright sunlight 5. The device is easy to use one handed 6. The vibrate is very loud 7. The overall quality of the phone is sturdy Cons: 1. The battery life is average. I purchased an extended battery (See below) to fix this problem 2. The keys take a little getting used to and need to be pressed down firmly enough to make sure that they are pressed 3. After using a few programs in a given time, you need to go into the memory of the device and stop the running programs to free up memory What It Lacks as a Phone: 1. No built in picture or video messaging unless you send the pictures to a friends mms address via e-mail 2. No built in GPS receiver to use navigation programs like other Sprint phones have. You must purchase a separate GPS receiver and software to use this feature 3. No built in IM programs 4. No voice dialing, but can be fixed if you buy extra software What It Lacks as a PDA: 1. No built in WiFi, but this can be fixed if you buy a WiFi SDIO card Programs That I Installed on My PDA: 1. Shape Services IM+ for Windows Mobile Smartphone ($29.95) 2. Sirius WM5 (free but need a subscription to listen to the channels or use the free trial period) 3. TCPMP (Free media player) 4. Google Maps (free) 5. Opera Beta 8.65 (free until June 1st) Reviews of Programs That I Installed: 1. Shape Services was definitely worth the money. I use AIM a lot and I have tested it out with my family while they have used a PC and I used my phone. The software is instantaneous and sending/receiving messages is in real time and not delayed (even by a second) 2. Sirius WM5 works great. I stream my favorite stations and the audio is excellent when using the included stereo headphones 3. TCPMP is good. This allows you to listen to Sirius while not having to stream it to WMP 4. Google Maps works great and is pretty accurate. I have yet to trial it with a GPS receiver since I do not have one 5. Opera Beta 8.65 works great. I can post on the WAP site of WA with ease Accessories That I Have Purchased: 1. Palm Vehicle Car Charger 2. Seidio 3200mAh Ultra Extended Battery (the package came with both a Sprint and Verizon battery door). Also the extended battery only adds 1.3mm of depth to the phone and a little bit of extra weight but it is not noticeable enough to be considered "heavy." 3. Dane-Elec 4GB Secure Digital Card CAMERA SAMPLES: Picture 1 (Alligator with catfish in mouth on with recent tour with group out to Corkscrew: Picture 2 (My Suburban after washing all of the love bugs off of the windshield and hood): Overall, I would highly recommend this device to anyone. Sprint has vastly improved in my area and the phone has excellent reception. I was even able to call out in an area where my dad could not use his Motorola E815 with Verizon.