Don't get me wrong, I'm just as excited as anyone to have 4G speeds on my phone, but with these faster speeds, also comes faster dead batteries. It's been seen on the Evo using Wimax and I'm afraid it'll be the same with the Thunderbolt and any other new LTE phones. Why do these new radios kill batteries so fast and is it really worth it to have these faster speeds if your battery is going to be dead in a few hours? I almost don't see the point in 4G at the time being until better battery technology emerges or the software/hardware is better utilized for better battery life. Anyone feel the same?