As a start-up CEO, I'm on calls constantly, and many of these calls take place while I'm driving to another meeting. With the Jawbone, the people I'm talking to have no idea I'm in the car. The new version is also quite stylish. The first Bluetooth headset they released worked wonderfully, but it looked like you were wearing a cheese grater on your face.
As a wireless dealer, I have tried five different BlackBerrys, the Sprint Instinct from Samsung, and then, finally, the iPhone. The iPhone has a superior user interface. Web access and viewing is a vast improvement over anything else I have tried. The only downside is that it takes a while to get used to the keyboard.
I replaced my BlackBerry 8830 World Phone with the Storm about a month ago. I couldn't be happier with my choice. Browsing my e-mail or the Web couldn't be better. I can also view and edit all types of documents without adding software. Because it plays music in stereo, something my 8830 couldn't do, it has replaced my iPod; one less thing to carry.
Ann Arbor, Michigan