For the most part, the At&t Quickfire is a reliable, cool new phone. It has an excellent QWERTY keyboard, an amazing touchscreen, and an acceptable 1.3 megapixel camera. At times though, the touchscreen can be picky, and not scroll easily. The battery is all right, but it's lacking. If your battery goes dead, and you're talking on the phone, it doesn't charge, it just gives it power for the time being. The camera and video features are okay, but could be better. The focus is nice, though. Even though it sounds pretty bulky, it's not. It's pretty compact - without sacrificing any of it's features. It's pretty durable; no damage done if you accidentally drop it. The paint finish - like any other phone - might chip or scratch. Messaging is so great on this phone with the full QWERTY keyboard. You can easily stay in touch with friends or family, in an instant. The reception on this phone is amazing. You barely ever get a dropped call! There's so many other nice features on this phone, including voice recognization - for calling people in your address book, and the messaging screen, when you slide your phone open. Overall, if you're looking for a new, fun cell phone, the At&t Quickfire is for you!