I REALLY miss my Pre.
I went and got a Galaxy S3 one week ago, because I figured it had the best offerings of a non-WebOS device. My (1st-gen Sprint) Pre was starting to give-out on me.
The Galaxy is nice and all. Lots of great, new bells and whistles. But it only takes one brief experience with any other device to realize how absolutely superior and superb WebOS multi-tasking is to all others. Then there's the humungous size of the Galaxy and lack of physical keyboard. My wife actually quipped with me just last night asking how it felt having a Walkie Talkie strapped to my belt. "Breaker-Breaker - Come in Breaker-Breaker - 10:4" I had to laugh at that one myself.
Yes, I fully realize that these are prices I decided to pay by going with that device. But something almost magical happen just last evening.
I've still got my Pre sitting on it's Touchstone (one of 6) on my home office desk. I reached down to grab it and access some data that I have yet to port over to the Galaxy. It was such a welcoming, familiar feeling. Just holding it in the palm of my hand like a pebble (still can't beleive Samsung tried using the very same 'pebble' analogy when introducing the GS3 as Palm did when introducing the Pre)... Single-handedly sliding it open to access the keyboard...
All the feelings of excitment and newness rushed back over me - just like the first day I got my Pre almost 3 years ago.
If I ever get a chance (translation: $$$$), I will ditch this Galaxy and get myself a Pre3.