Let me start off by saying I'm a HUGE fan of WebOS and the Pre form factor. I'm on Sprint right now and thinking hard on FrankenPre. Ok sooo here's my point of view of the current situation with Sprint and HP. I'm applauding Sprint right now on standing their ground on NOT carrying the current WebOS phones. Sprint did the best thing for Palm by taking an unfinished and poor hardware spec phone. Without Sprints exposure they would not be @ least this far in their story. Sprint has taken alot of grief with the Pre- and I'm sure they don't want a repeat. Soo look @ the current WebOS phones they are still riddled with issues that should have been taken care of back in WebOS 1.X. Minus the Veer (or maybe add it due to that tiny screen) this is the only phone that has promise spec wise but the still newborn OS is not mature enough to blow consumers away. Sprint is RIGHT for wanting a top notch phone with little to no issues from HP. Continuing to have customers return phones hurts there business...ie customer satisfaction also includes phone choices. If WebOS is a constant gut punch to Sprint on returns (some have return 3-4 times) of WebOS phones and then have a customer say in a survey they have poor equipment hurts their bottom line. So I hear many if not all of you ranting and threatening to leave Sprint if they don't have the Pre3 and I'm telling you that Sprint won't bat an eye if you do. They ARE doing what's best for their customers. They were bitten once and don't want a repeat so they're being careful on they next WebOS choice. Another point....what if the Pre3 comes out and it still doesn't have the 'promised' features and apps. Whos fault is that...Sprint for carrying the phone or HP for shipping out an unfinished OS. Many of you will say HP but Sprint is going to take ALL the heat because they will be the first one that you call when you have an issue. So I'm hoping that Sprint and HP still do have a good relationship and that Sprint holds out until they give me a polished WebOS device that I can show off to others and say that they have to get one instead of pawning them off to an Andriod phone because of it short comings. Just my view...please don't hate on me!