You should try Charleston, SC. My T-Mo coverage there was basically non-existant. It was roaming when it did work and I couldn't check my voice mail because of the roaming. I love T-Mo, don't get me wrong, but just like all cell phone companies, it doesn't work in every large or major city. That being said, why on Earth do some of these guys think Cingular should get all the best phones first? Cingular is not necessarily better all the time. T-Mo getting the phone is the next step before people stop thinking like they used to about "Made in Japan." Remember the 1960s and 1970s. By the mid-1980s everyone was buying Japanese products because they were less expensive and better quality. The Japanese learned some call Total Quality Management from Ed Demming and implemented it with American funded factories built after WWII. T-Mobile looks like they are following much of the TQM concept. Less that seems to be resulting in good service at a low, low price.