Market driven consumerism means you have to make yourself get out there and look for what you really want or you end up buying what is currently the in thing. I don't need an iPhone. I have an iPod Touch and I appreciate it a lot. I don't want a phone which will crack the screen. I don't want a phone I can't put easily in my pocket and I don't want a phone which weighs a tonne. I love my new phone. I'd love a Telstra T Pad Touch but when I think about it , I have my iPod Touch so I don't need it and I don't need something so big to use as a phone. Damn! I was trying so hard to find a reason to get a T-Pad Touch. So I have looked at all sorts of phones at all sorts of prices. I had to swap phones with my daughter last week. She has a Nokia e63. Pretty nice phone. Too wide and too heavy but I could use it so easily and was taken with the keyboard and screen display. Finally I had a clue. I googled and searched again. Telstra was advertising the Telstra Glide on its site so I went over to the shop. Couldn't believe it. This phone has been made just for me and didn't come with a big price tag. It has touch and scrolling capabilities but you can click the arrows like on my old flip phone. It came with a stylus which is perfect for me if my fingers are sore which happens sometimes. The little keyboard slides under the phone and there is easy access to it. Works like a charm and finally I can type proper SMSs. It charges at the wall or on my computer and has a programme to connect it to my computer so I can manage my phone files. The screen is a decent size, it has some handy applications and is the perfect size for me. I just love my Telstra Glide and can't understand why more has not been made of them. It has the best of all worlds. I love it!!! I just need to get rid of the Telstra Logo and the BigPond music logo which are marring my lovely wallpaper.