Okay I just received mine. I am currently reviewing it, but so far It does feel a BIT heavy, but its like you're holding an iPhone 4, really its about the same weight It fits perfectly, update process is extremely smooth. And I did this in the car on the way back from the post office. As for Apps: Phone: Again Flawlessly. The ONLY problem you might come upon is services that require a # ending, for account balances and so on. I have to use an alternative # code for my account balance information to be texted to me. (I'm prepaid on a network called bMobile) Notes: Maybe because I'm not accustomed to iPhone systems, this might be new to me, but I always wondered why iPhones had numbers with the area code infront of it. Well, now its apparent. Your numbers must be entered in the 1-000-000-0000 format Messages: Perfect. No complaints here. Radio: Headphones required, as expected, but it works rather nicely, reception is good. The first thing that becomes apparent to me here is the volume control. Once headphones are plugged in, volume control is disabled manually, and the volume is kept at comfortable listening. Notes: This really shouldn't be a complaint, as It is the recommended listening volume (when set at max) but it would still be nice to have the option to go louder. Maybe later when I get bored I'll try to adjust this in the software. I believe that there IS a way to do this though. GPRS: One word, and I have used it before. Flawless. I'm testing apps as I go along here, without wifi enabled. And here the list goes. If you'd like me to add any apps, just comment and I will test. But so far: DI - Data intensive with normal usage NDI - Not Data Intensive with normal usage 1. Facebook - DI, VERY data intensive. 2. Facebook Messenger - NDI (I highly recommend getting this if you message a lot) 3. Whatsapp - NDI 4. Weather - Really NDI. You won't even notice. 5. Mail - DI 6. iMessage - NDI 7. eBuddy - NDI 8. Twitter (oh my god my credit's dying lol) - DI, VERY data intensive It seems like all data apps are working, the strangest thing though is that Safari isn't recognizing the ability to use data. I'm scared to try Skype (for fear my credit dies (completely) but I assume it would work. I don't know why in god's name anyone would want to Facetime over a GPRS connection, but non the less, I will (painstakingly) try it. I am completely satisfied with it! There are really no quirks for me with it, it's just really great! Any questions, feel free to reply.