You Tell Me... Do I really need a Moto Q? OK, so I've activated the Motorola Q with a new Sprint line of service on the SERO plan. I've been playing around with it for about a week now, and I'm wondering if I even need or want the features that the Q has to offer? 1. I am rarely if ever NOT around a computer with high speed internet. The internet on this thing is a cool feature, but one that I will rarely if EVER see myself using. 2. I don't travel very much at all, so the mobility factor is kinda depleted there. Besides, the few places I do travel my 14" notebook comes along with me anyways, allowing me WI-FI internet access as well. I also couldn't imagine someone using the internet for hours at a time on such a small screen? 3. The full size QWERTY keyboard: It's cool and all, since I come from an IT background and I type extremely quickly on a PC. I've tried EVERYTHING in my power to speed it up though, but I still get missing letters in almost every text message I send (others have this issue too). My wife can also text message on her Fusic with a regular Keypad almost as fast as I can on the Q, especially with T9 and text prediction turned on. I think the full size keyboard is cool and all, but I can text just as well with a normal keypad. 4. The "Coolness" Factor: Yes the coolness factor is there, being a PDA Smartphone and all. It is sleek, looks good and functions as it should. The Windows Mobile 5.0 OS is kinda sluggish, and even with all the aesthetic perks I believe that functionality reigns supreme over form. Plus, it's more expensive than standard phones (I'm looking at the LG Fusic and Samsung M500). 5. Most of the features of this phone will go un-used by me. I will probably never use appointments, calender or internet features. I wont ever send E-Mails from it or sync it with Outlook or Exchange. The only thing I will probably do with it is: - load custom ringtones from my PC, - load a few tv episodes or movie / comedy video clips, - text messaging (once again, cool with the keyboard), - take and send a few pictures and videos with the built in camera - obviously TALK on it using the phone So that being said, YOU GUYS tell ME: Do I need a Motorola Q????