i picked up one of these early last week and yes i got it in yellow since i've been firing off resumes and getting interviews at a few places lately i thought i should separate my business and pleasure. i like it! its a little clunky in some respects otherwise great phone. the battery lasts a good while. the LTE is wayyyy faster than the iphone5 and its very fast moving between apps. it comes with 32gb of storage (28 after the OS, and nokia apps are loaded) . the BT streaming in the veloster isn't as easy as the 5 though. sometimes i have to reconnect it when i turn on the car. tethering to the phone gives me a much faster connection than through the 5. i miss the functionality of some of the apps (mint, ebay) but i will say the apps i have downloaded for it are the exact same as on my surface, and since the phone and surface are linked by my MS email account they always have the same data. whatever info i can't get through apps i can easily get through their mobile sites using IE10. i've also been using skydrive to store important documents. its nice to be able to edit office docs on my phone directly, instead of paying for it like on the 5. xbox music cloud is very clunky compared to streamlined itunes music on the iphone. it will take some getting used to since i LOVE itunes for music management. i'm pretty sure i can figure out how to sync itunes through the phone (others have done it) . i like the live tiles although you can't have any more than 7 apps backgrounding on the lock screen or they stop updating (probably to save battery life) the camera is gorgeous. 2 great nokia apps included was citylens (uses the compass to determine where closest businesses you want to see are and actively maps to them) and nokia maps. this completely, and utterly destroys any GPS/maps app i have ever used. the ability to download maps to an area that may not have service, ahead of time, is amazing. and they constantly update the maps with new transit lines and points of interest. im heading to upstate NY this weekend to go camping, so i downloaded the whole state of NY to the phone last year when we went, we didn't have phone or GPS service on the iphone for about 45 miles and we almost ran out of gas. will not happen on this trip i'll be sure to fill up ahead of time. the bill is $150 a month - $75 per phone as we have two phones. family share plan unlimited talk and text nationwide to any carrier with 4gb + tethering . when i got on, i dropped her side of the bill $20 . and dont give me that shit about you could have a dirt cheap plan with this phone or whatnot. i NEED my phone to do exactly what i want to do at every given time and i wasn't going to settle for some cheesy plan where i wouldnt have service except a major metro area. this phone will fit me well.