While I think the Redfly is a great device, a word of warning if you live in Canada. Unfortunately, it looks like the firmware used by Rogers is different than that used by AT&T. So while the Redfly supports the Q9h with either a 6.0 or 6.1 firmware image from AT&T, it does NOT support the Q9h sold by Rogers. I've been told by Celio technical support that this is due to Rogers refusing to sign Celio's certificate. However, from what I can tell, the phones sold by Rogers are carrier locked, not application locked. Other applications such as Fring, Skype, etc. can be installed and work on Rogers' phones without problems. So, for the time being, if you live in Canada and want to acquire a Redfly, you'll also need to buy an unlocked supported phone sold by a US carrier. Hopefully Celio will be able to provide better support for Canadian phones in the near future - particularly since a number of Canadian carriers offer cheaper "on-device" data plans, the savings on which could be used to pay for the Redfly!