Hey there everyone! I'm a long time prepaid user from AT&T using an LG Xenon right now. I typically spend $15-$20 a month on prepaid as I don't really call that much, average < 10 texts a day but love my data usage and mobile web surfing. I am definitely an NFL fan. I've been wanting a smartphone/iPhone but AT&T does not offer any smartphones for prepaid. Recently I read that Verizon will be offering smartphones and Droids on prepaid, so now I'm salivating. I would actually prefer a Droid vs iPhone as I'm a power PC user for sure and love to fiddle. Likes about my Xenon: Full screen touch screen Full qwerty keyboard (it's a slide out) Decent web viewing. It's serviceable for fantasy football and random googling/google maps. Great battery life. I'm not constantly using it so it can last a couple days between charges. Dislike: Web viewing is only serviceable. Opera Mini landscape view bugs out, so I MUST use portrait. Whole phone/touchscreen seems sluggish, not surprising as it's Java based. Occasionally hangs for several seconds before becoming responsive again. Google maps does not support the touchscreen on my phone, and it is pretty slow transferring data. Actually all data transfer seems sluggish and can occasionally hang while loading pages (without the phone itself becoming unresponsive), though it is on 3G. So I'm thinking about heading down to a Verizon location soon and seeing what the hubbub is about on prepaid. I would pay $30/mo for unlimited data on a quality phone as long as I don't HAVE to pay for unlimited voice/texts, which I would not use very much. $45/mo total would be doable, even though I currently pay 1/3 that. I want the full web experience I get on my PC on my phone, but at a reasonable price. Thanks for reading!