Not a spammer. I bought my phone in perfect condition, in box, for under $30 on Amazon. Peregrine, think what you will, but I can tell you, without a doubt, and this is not my opinion- there are 1000's of free apps for WinMo, NOT 350. Maybe you're looking at the Microsoft Marketplace? Heres another fact, not opinion- WinMo has been around for over a decade, its backwards compatible with most older WinMo Os'es, and with a mouse emulator, I can run touch software. This alone makes the sheer number of freeware and third party apps for it huge- not my opinion, just the way it is. Also, any developer will tell you that its much easier to write software for WinMo vs Android. Also, I can run apps directly from my storage card. Before hacking my phone, my apps run great, directly from the card, with no lag. After the speed hacks, which were simple to do, its incredible. Also, after a decade, WinMo is not dieing, but still actively developed, with new apps daily.. and the pre-installed apps on this phone rock. As far as network coverage, I have the Sprint version of the Moto Q9c.. I have no idea what you're talking about, but honestly my coverage rocks. Ive never had a single dropped call- this radio is impressive. It's a noticeable difference. Look man, I am not biased- Ive played with them all.. but here's what I want in a phone, 1) As many -FREE- apps as possible. Maybe in the future, Android will catch up.. but it hasnt yet. Don't look in the Microsoft Marketplace- just Google. They are countless, due to the sheer number of older versions of Windows CE, Pocket PC, WinMo standard, professional, x86 Dosbox, etc.. and the 10+ years it's been around and STILL IN DEVELOPMENT, and the easier programming. -You're just plain wrong about that. Period. 2) Backwards compatibility, functionality and for my phone to be as similar to a desktop computer as possible. Ditto. 3) A phone that works on the best plan possible. $35 for unlimited everything? -Ditto again. I had the Code 1220 with Metro before for $50. I intentionally downgraded to the Q9c. Result? With the better network and superior coverage, and Sprint exclusive apps available free on the phone, and its modibility, my Youtube videos play without skips flawlessly on the superior Sprint CDMA network, calls are clear and never dropped, awesome apps free and only available to Sprint (or Boost), etc.. I've never gotten more bang for my buck. I'm not just arguing for the sake of argument, because I like something and you don't.. I could absolutely give a rat's ass less about a piece of software and a cellphone. I have no bias, sentiment or emotional attachment to my gadgets. I've been looking at Android, and I am simply not convinced yet, in terms of value. People like different things, certainly. I don't care about a clunky interface, or a bit of lag, or lower processing power. I've stated my priorities in what I look for in smartphones already. Those may not be the same for everyone else, but I think I've tried to speak from fact, and not sentiment. http://phandroid.com/2009/11/23/android-vs-windows-mobile/ A simple test: Tell me your top 10 favorite Android apps, and I'll show you 20 similar apps for free on Windows Mobile.