I'm not entirely sure this is where I should be posting this, but I couldn't find anywhere else I was happy with. I'm currently looking at all four of the big contenders for which phone I'd like to get on Verizon, probably within the next week or two, unless I decide on the Galaxy Nexus, in which case, I'd obviously be waiting until whenever that comes out. I've looked at the specs for all four of the big contenders (iPhone 4S, RAZR, Galaxy Nexus, and Rezound), and they all seem really similar regarding hardware, with some relatively minor differences between them, and I've gone from being sure I wanted a RAZR, to looking at the Nexus a lot more, to now thinking maybe the Rezound might be my best choice - all in the last 24 hours. I'm currently using the Droid R2D2, which has treated me well (better than I've treated it), but it's starting to die, so I need a new one. I'm well aware that none of those four options have the physical keyboard, but at this stage, it looks like forgoing a physical keyboard might be the smartest step. My uses for this phone won't be too much. I'm probably in the category of people who really don't need a smart phone due to not using it to it's full potential. In fact, the main things I use my Droid 2 for right now are texting, calling, and Facebook, with checking email and web-surfing on the side. I live on a college campus, and while high battery life would be nice (especially since I'd like to be able to keep my phone on the campus wifi all the time, which drains battery life), I can usually plug it in if I need to. This is a convenience thing, not a big functionality thing, so while I'm very generic in that long battery life is a definite +1, it's not as big a deal to me as other people. The ability to watch Youtube videos, stream Netflix, and fast load speeds for webpages is much more important to me, since the main thing I do (other than communicate with people) is mess around on the internet. Whatever is making these things faster and look best is definitely a huge thing for me. The other thing that would be good software and hardware for listening to music. Right now I have an iPod Classic, which I've owned for 3-4 years now, and while it's certainly functional, it would be nice to only have to carry around one such device. Obviously, the iPhone is built around strong software for playing music, but what about the Droid devices? I would be listening to music with headphones most of the time, so solid external speakers aren't a big deal, however, they would also be convenient if they're good. I won't really be doing much hacking, so that's not a big deal. While I could theoretically see myself getting into it eventually, it's not at all a factor in picking out a phone. Finally, durability is kind of a big thing, since I'm pretty clumsy. I'm willing to purchase an external case for the phone as long as it's not too bulky and doesn't get in the way (the case for my Droid R2D2 wouldn't work because the case would come right up on the keyboard). Because I have an external keyboard right now, I'm used to pretty thick phones, but I'm also partial to aesthetics, so if a case is making the phone look ugly, that's a pretty big "ehhhh" for me. I know that the RAZR is probably the most naturally durable of the bunch. If there's any questions or anything else feel free to let me know - I've tried to paint a pretty expansive picture of what I'm looking for. Edit: Oh yeah, I need at least 32 GB of memory.