Before you get to worked up about a new 4G phone have a look at the 4G coverage. I was kind of thinking about going for 4G service myself (Home Phone/Internet/Laptop Card) but the coverage here in STL isn't really all that wonderful (yet). While the over all metro footprint is great there are little holes all over the place. Heck, I live right in the middle of the city and my house has no coverage. If I drove from one end of the city to the other I'd likely loose the 4G signal a dozen times. If I was paying a $10/month 4G service charge I would expect continuous 4G coverage like I get now with 3G.

Sometimes the bleeding edge is just that.

Just a thought....perhaps it will help ease the pain?