Here's the deal. I just got my new Nokia 6822 yesterday, and I'm at work right now. I work 24 hour shifts (I'm on a 60 hour shift right now) in a little place known as Prunedale, CA (just north of Salinas, east of Monterey). It is RURAL here. My dial-up speed is about 14k/s when going through the phone line. I am, however browsing at 115k/s right now, through my phone, on the Cingular GPRS/Edge network. The phone is sitting in its holster on my belt (thanks to Bluetooth). It is not quite DSL, but it is a world of difference from dial-up. It takes a couple of seconds for a page to load, even with images. I just got a new $2500 laptop, and between that and my phone, my mind is blown. I know this sounds like an ad, but it's not. I'm just sitting here marvelling at how I'm connected to the internet. I'm a technology guy, and I'm used to being surrounded by all these gadgets. Once and a while though, something like this makes me sit back in awe of the amazing things we've invented. Anyone else have any experiences like this?