AT&T Version of the Q9h - My Take I also own a Verizon Q9m for comparison purposes. Picked up an AT&T Q9h up Monday evening. Physically, I think it's nicer than any other version of the Q. Solid feel, soft touch black front and back, aluminum sides & d-pad. More metal, less plastic. Feels solid and sturdy, looks more along the lines of a Blackberry. Has that "executive" look. In terms of performance, it's very snappy and responsive. Apps launch quickly, screens display quickly. It's more responsive than any other WM5/6 SmartPhone that I've tried. Comes with Opera Mobile, Docs to Go, Windows Live client, Java interpreter pre-installed. I installed the Java-based Opera Mini Beta 4 (love that speed and iPhone-like experience), and MS Mobile Office. It's quick with AT&T's EDGE and even faster in 3G areas. Keyboard is GREAT, I found it more responsive than the Q9m. Installed maniacs Auto KeyLock, didn't work so i used SmartToolKit (most recent version) which is great and now offers cut & paste capabilities for any application. Has a pleasant blue backlight for the keyboard that pulses when it's charging. Battery life seems good, still testing with the standard slim battery. Screen seems brighter with better contrast than original Q or Q9m. Built in GPS! At first I didn't think it worked but I tried it OUTSIDE in a clear area with Google Maps and Windows Live Search and they both worked. Just awesome! Uses a micro USB port. Adapter's for mini USB accessories can be purchased from Moto. I think it's currently the best QWERTY WM SmartPhone based device on the market. However, that may change when the BlackJack II is released. My understanding is that it will have better battery life. My take. Comments and other experiences welcome.