"Converted from BlackBerry and Love it!"4.5 starson by CindyYZ
Pros: Screen resolution, Android, Call Quality, Personalization, Design, 3g, WiFi.
Cons: No direct outlook contact and calendar activesync, but Google-Outlook Calendar sync was a breeze to set up. Bluetooth capabilities terrible, no flash on camera.
Summary: I was a die-hard crackberry fan and faithfully used my curve for 2+ years, but I show the MyTouch and fell in love. Going through the BES server for work email, calendar, and contacts is rock solid and I was nervous on how it will work on the MyTouch. It took my IT Manager less than a minute to get my work email setup. Yes, there is no direct ActiveSync integration for calendar and contacts, but I downloaded the Google Calendar-Outlook Sync and it works great! Contacts are a little more tricky, had to export a .csv file then import it into my gmail contacts. The phone itself has a gorgeous screen resolution/display and I love all the personalization options. I was able to use my old microSD card from the BB and once inserted, all of my ringtones, music and pictures transferred with no issues. I'm still trying to get used to the touchscreen keyboard, but the response rate is good. Love the trackball, which isn't available on the iphone, and it makes navigating through webpages a breeze. The amount of apps on the android market is impressive and I've downloaded some nifty widges already. One of the downsides for me is their convoluted bluetooth process. I was able to pair my motorola headset easily, but unlike the blackberry, you have to dial the keypad then hit menu and the bluetooth button each time you make a call. I used to just be able to press the button on my headset and it would launch the BB voice command dial. I called tmobile about this and unfortunately, there's no voicedial-bluetooth integration on the MyTouch. Bottom line: I took off 1/2 star for some of the drawbacks, but I'm a fan of the MyTouch!