Okay, I got this in the other day and have played with it a bit in what little spare time I have. The build quality is pretty good. It feels very solid. One thing I had a problem with was the usb cable. The covers for the 30 pin connector and USB connector came apart, a little glue got it back together easy. I did get a Euro charger, but luckily I had an adapter handy. Unfortunatly you cannot charge with USB cable connected to computer. I also tried to use a USB charger from my phone but not enough juice, so I'm gonna stick with what came with it. It booted up pretty quick. The touch screen was very sensitive (Capacitive... Yes). I rooted it with Z4root right away and it worked no problems. Market is pre-installed so I started loading apps over Wifi. I did slide in a voice only AT&T sim and was able to make calls. I'm going to tray and get a pre-paid sim for now and test 3g. The GPS was taking a bit long to lock on a satellite so I didn't wait for it because I was on my way to work. Speakers are pretty loud. I noticed that I will hear a static noise from the speakers ocasionally when clicking items on the touch screen. It was only noticable when I was in a really quiet place. I grabbed a case from BestBuy for Nook/Kindle and it fit great. It has a built in task manager that is activated by one of the hardware buttons, I find that to be nice. I added Gmail and Skype accounts but cannot and Facebook. I can log into Facebook via app with no problems but not via the sync accounts setting. One thing I was confused about was it said I only have about 182MB memory left and about 7 GB of internal storage. I would think if it came with 512MB I would have a lot more left over not being used bythe system. I did a Bluetooth file transfer from my Sprint Hero and worked first time. It will take a couple days before can dedicate some time to really play with it.