Sad, though, is the fan on our router machine dying and it shutting off on over heat.
I really like it, and if the battery has the life it says it does, I'll love it. I think that I'll likely cancel the GPRS service and I'm going to buy a data cable sometime soon (if I can afford it.)
The one thing that I didn't count on is that it's much lighter than my other phone, which makes it a much bigger joy to have in my pocket.
I love the keyboard thing, even if my brain keeps going the 90 rotate on the buttons when the phone does it too and I get confused when the buttons don't do what they did when the phone was closed.
It has frozen once for me while trying to play a ringtone I downloaded. I had to take the battery out to reset it.
I'm also really happy that I've seen the pictures of what happens to this phone when it falls off a roller coaster. Yes, it get's destroyed, but the screen stays intact, since that was the death of my last phone and I would not be able to afford to replace this one.
Was it worth it? I probably shouldn't have spent the money given my cell phone usage, but it is a really nice toy and I am happy with it. I now have a phone I like instead of one I hate. And it wasn't worht the angst, but that was... a different problem.