Last fall I got a T-Mobile G2 which I love, but now after recently moving to my cousin's place for the year I've found that I get terrible reception here with T-Mobile. I can get 2G speeds at best and making calls is next to impossible. So I hate to do it, but I already need a new phone with a new carrier. My cousin has Verizon and gets great reception and speed here and according to the coverage maps for the carriers I checked, only Verizon and U.S. Cellular provide good coverage for this area. So a new phone with Sprint, T-Mobile or AT&T is out unless I can get one of their phones to work with either Verizon or U.S. Cellular which looks pretty iffy from the brief research I've done on it. So I'm coming here to try and determine which other Android smartphone I should go for. I'm looking for something as similar to the G2 as possible, specifically in regards to its specs and physical QWERTY keyboard (a must); I don't want to have to *downgrade* and settle for a lesser phone now that I've gotten so accustomed to using the G2. I went to a Verizon store and aside from the "upcoming" HTC Merge (which would be great if it ever actually gets released) the closest thing they've got is the Droid 2 which I'm not all that fond of...the physical keyboard is vastly inferior to the G2's (IMO) and I'm not a big fan of Motoblur. Also the online reviews of the Droid 2 (both standard and global) aren't as good as the ones for the G2 with the general consensus seeming to be that HTC phones are the way to go. So what other phones, either out now or coming out soon, are comparable to the G2 and would make for a good replacement?