"Fastest phone I have ever owned. Motorola quality."4.5 starson by ParrotSquawk
Pros: Fingerprint scanner. HDMI. Accessories. Front camera. 1GB phone memory. Dual core processor. Motorola phones have the best radios of any phones I have ever used.
Cons: Motoblur registration.
Using scanner as power button puts extra cycles on scanner.
Moto still uses proprietary USB plugs (c'mon...really...why?)
No native "3rd party app" option.
Odd microSD card management (creates usbdisk_1.0 - 1.7 folders, asec
Summary: Would I recommend this phone? With the way AT&T treated me (I had a special situation and needed a new phone before I was eligible for an upgrade) I would recommend getting it from AT&T. I got a recon'd unit (looks brand new!) and a lapdock for $300 and I got a 3G microcelll for my house for free (http://www.att.com/shop/wireless/devices/3gmicrocell.jsp?fbid=GmKOaxDzaNO)
Some of the problems with the phone are issues with the OS itself (no video chat yet :/, photo caller ID isn't perfect, lack of integration with Outlook) some with the phone (power button/scanner, microUSB issue) and of course some are with AT&T (I'm limited to 15,000 characters here but we'll start with the data plan issue, move onto "pseudo 4G" as the next "thing")
All in all, I am happy with my decision even though it has been barely 24 hours. I have the hottest phone on the market (it does get a bit warm, btw) that works great and does pretty much all I come to expect from a microcomputer/phone/camera/PDA/waffle maker.