This past week I had to replace my Blackberry - again. It was my second replacement since March. The first Curve had lasted almost a year, even though I drove over it (twice) in November and cracked the screen. It was quite usable until the charging port went bad.
As much as I loved my original Curve, I liked the replacement I got in March even better. The OS seemed faster and the reception was excellent. Unfortunately, the charging port in it only lasted three months before having issues. Hence, I got online at the phone insurance site, http://thesignal.com, and $40 later, this replacement Curve was on the way.
The setup process and data conversion from Curve2 did not go smoothly. I spent about an hour online with two U.S. Cellular customer service reps before I got my issues resolved. During the lag time in our call, I had a nice conversation about the Android phones the company will be adding to it's lineup later this summer. I think that when it comes time to renew my contract in late September I will switch my home phone number to the Curve and buy a new Android phone for me. The HTC Desire sounds promising.