Pros Easy root, Performance, Screen size, Battery life, Jelly bean is on the way, FM Radio, Camera, Wifi a/b/g/n, 4G, Tethering, Fairly durable.
Cons Non-removable battery, an unforgivable amount of bloatware.
Summary The One VX is my second Android phone, it's predecessor being the HTC Aria. I did a lot of research before finally picking this unit, and it paid off. It's feature rich and won't leave you poor for it's price. It is also a college student's juggernaut, and has not once faltered at any app I've thrown at it. Beneath it's main hindrance, good hardware is in this thing.
That hindrance is the non-removable battery (the lifetime of this phone makes up for it though). Of course, AT&T pumped every circuit of this thing with bloatware, and the fact that HTC's Sense UI takes up 7GB of the 8GB of internal storage makes room on this thing all the more scarce. Luckily, there's the microSD slot, which allows for a little breathing room.
Overall, this is an excellent phone, especially for people with large hands. I feel the Cnet editor was a little harsh with this review- Even if there is no quad core processor on this thing, it still packs a formidable punch. This may be in part because of the VX's GPU, which is an adreno 305. That unit is not for chumps. In this price range, I'd easily recommend you shoot for this phone over something else. Get it while it's in stock, you won't regret it.