Hi, It's time to upgrade wife's phone, decided on Droid 4 but hesitated upon learning what appears to be now old-news shock that Verizon is tiering their data services. Of course, tiering per se isn't a terrible thing, it's all the stuff that can go wrong with tiering that can screw you that I'm worried about. My wife uses virtually no internet, so in theory, 2GB should be an overkill. BUT... Flash back to 2006 when she got her motorolla RAZR with no data service as it was not needed and was optional. two years later, come time to upgrade the phone and I went to get her pictures off via USB and it wouldn't work. After some research, it turned out that Verizon in their underhanded ways disabled the phone's ability to transfer its data over USB in order to force customers to pay for data service. So my first question is, does anyone have Verizon service with any Droid data phone on 4G -- the phone being purchased through verizon through their promotional plans -- and can you confirm or deny that Verizon hasn't hacked the device in order to prevent users from transfering pictures and videos directly to PC (thus circumventing profit-making for V's data service)? I have wireless at home, and if there is a way to seemlessly make it use wifi at home that should also help. Any other insights on the data usage behavior with this phones appreciated, tips on how to keep it below Verizon's limits. what would be awesome is if there's an app that would disable data service if a certain threshold is reached. thanks!