Thanks for the compliments. That's the whole mission of the RT; to create unbiased reviews. In my mindset, I want to expose the product for everything it is. This includes the good, the bad, and the ugly. By the end of the review, if the reader hasn't been shown the worst case scenario of the product/app, then I haven't one my job. Now for the money saved, you're right, at the beginning, you aren't saving much. However, in the long run, an iPhones plan costs around 60 dollars minimum a month (most likely more) where as a Dumbphone plan can go much lower 45 for unlimited everything except minutes (I don't know a single person so far that uses all their minutes each month). 15 dollars a month pays off in the long run since it compiles for 2 years. Like you said, it is up to opinion. The speeds and everything are a lot lower as well. So in a way, everything balances out. The real question, like you put it, becomes: are the drawbacks of the product worth the positive features of the product? And it can go either way depending on how you use your iPod. Once they support volume changing on headphones (I'm a man that loves his music and headphones if you don't already know), I'll be switching myself to the Raisoo and adding a data plan.