I listen to music for 2+ hours a day on my phone (via headphones or car stereo) and sound quality is important to me. I've found that manufacturers usually cheap out on the audio hardware in phones compared to dedicated mp3 players. For example, when listening to my Droid X at the lowest volume with decent in-ear earbuds, a hum/static can be easily heard in the background - the sign of a cheap amplifier. Does anyone know if the Rezound actually has good audio hardware, or is the Beats Integration - which reviewers are making out to be just a gloried equalizer - a marketing gimmick? I don't care about the overpriced beats headphones the phone comes with, and PowerAmp already has a great equalizer, but there's no substitution for good hardware. Honestly, what I would really love out of a phone is a dedicated docking port that provides pure line out audio, similar to what the ipod/phone has. The android accessory market in this category is pretty limited because of this...there are no speaker/alarm clock docks where you can simply drop your phone in - something I miss about my ipod.