So 3 weeks ago I had the worst luck I could ever imagine with phones. I dropped my original Droid from no more than 2 feet onto a carpet and that was the end of it, no longer worked. since my upgrade was less than a month away I found my old Voyager and re-activated it to have a phone. Well my Upgrade date is July 9th with Verizon and now of course I find out that unlimited data is done on the 7th, so to be able to keep the unlimited data I will have to go get a phone on the 6th and sacrifice my old tel # to add a new family line with unlimited. I heard that smart phone users could continue with unlimited even after upgrading after the 7th but of course because my Droid broke, I currently am not using a smart phone. So that's the story behind why I need help on phones. I want to stay with Android and I was looking at the Thunderbolt, and I love that it has LTE (which is already available where I live, even in my house), but that fact that it has a single core throws me off a bit as I am a bit of a performance freak and I like to root and customize my things a bit. The Droid X2 and Droid 3 looks great, I love that the Droid 3 still has the slide out keyboard like my Droid had and it has a dual core, but it lacks LTE, and I also hear all the newer Droid phones have encrypted boot loaders. Are there any new phones coming out within the next 14 days that are dual core and have LTE on Verizon's network? And can someone give me some insight on pros and cons of the Thunderbolt vs Droid 3 to make my choice a bit easier? Is having LTE in your area already a good reason to go LTE? Also if anyone knows exactly how the grandfather clause works for unlimited data, will I be able to upgrade and keep unlimited data even though I currently have a basic Voyager with its unlimited data plan if I go in to upgrade on the 9th with my same tel #? Thanks!