The Motorola Q is a staunchly useful phone for just about everyone. Even though it is classified a smartphone and runs Windows Mobile, you need not be an executive to use it. I purchased this phone from Verizon along with a two-year contract, which I am nearing the end of. This phone has served me well for almost two years, with many features that will keep me using the Q line for when my next contract comes up. First, the QWERTY keyboard is a delight to use. Thought the buttons seem small at first, they are very distinct and provide excellent tactile feedback, a perfect complement for a person who writes long e-mails or text messages. Second, the form-factor of the Q is quite sleek for as wide as it is. Motorola kept it nice and slim. However, as a consequence, the battery doesn't last as long as I would like. I recently replaces it with an aftermarket battery as it would not hold as much of a charge. Last, and certainly not least, the integrated Windows Mobile makes synchronization of appointments, contacts, and other notes to your PC a breeze (all via a common mini USB cable, Bluetooth or even infrared). All in all, I would highly recommend this phone.