So I have a dilemma in which you fine folks would be able to help me with. I had an LG enV Touch for 2 years or so - loved the keyboard but hated the faux-smartphone software that never worked right. Although I have been dreaming of the Droid 3 for months, I bought the HTC Thunderbolt out of necessity last week in order to lock in the Unlimited Data contract. I thought that I could never use a phone without a keyboard but gave it a shot anyways... What I think of the Thunderbolt: - The Thunderbolt (and most HTC phones) seem very well-built and sturdy. I have to admit I love the aesthetic design of the Thunderbolt - it looks very high-end and classy. - Like a large TV, it's the 4.3" screen is gorgeous. - At the same time, the large 4.3" screen is killing me in terms of practicality. It's too big for my average-sized hands, so I end up pressing wrong buttons with my palm. - I am finding typing to be difficult since I'm not used to a fully virtual keyboard. - The 4g is ridiculously fast but it kills the battery. - No Gingerbread and no HTC Sense 3.0 already makes me feel like I have an obsolete device. - Similarly, I use ADW Launcher so I don't really care about Sense from a Home Dock standpoint. What I think of the Droid 3: - I know the Droid 3 is well-built. In-hand, it feels a bit flimsier and a little bit cheaper than the Thunderbolt. - The smaller 4.0" screen is noticable compared to the Thunderbolt. - I hear battery life is much, much better than the Thunderbolt. - After playing with it, I feel right at home with the keyboard. - No 4g LTE. If I switch to the D3, I'm still essentially paying for 4g without actually using it. - The new Blur looks fascinating. I'd probably switch to ADW Launcher but the overall Blur GUI is quite nice (and refreshing). Through Costco, I have been reading that I have the option of exchanging phones within 90 days without breaking contract. What should I do?