I'd like there to be a place where we can share our experiences with the infamous Verizon store employees. I know it can't be just me. I have so many things to say that I don't know where to start. I guess I'll start by saying that the only people that know anything inside of a Verizon store are the managers and half of the customers. It's unbelievable how the sales people just don't know a thing about the phones that they are selling. I really seems like the they couldn't care less about what they are selling and they are just winging it. When I go to the store even if it is just to try out a new phone, I like to listen to what is going on around me. Each time I am amazed at the things that come out of the sales peoples mouths. Sometimes I strike up conversations with them just to see how unfamiliar they are with their product. Last week, for kicks, my brother asked an employee what the difference between a Razr and a Razr Maxx was. Do you know what he said? An hour of battery life. I remember when there was such thing as WebOS and I thought the OS had a real good shot at going somewhere. Verizon employees in my opinion played a huge role in sinking that ship. They had no clue what the Palm Pre even was. So how were they supposed to sell it. I once witnessed a VSE selling an iphone to a teenage girl who was with her mother. The young girl did not know what size iphone to get so the VSE asked her how much music she had, when the girl said "about 40 gbs worth". The VSE said, "well you should get the 64 gb then, because you are gonna probably continue downloading music, right?" Done deal, now this wasn't slick sales tactic this was an ignorant sales person doing math in her head and trying to figure out herself what size iphone this poor girl should get. Please share your stories.