Our National Rep was able to get us 5 i1's a on 30 July and it took about 1 day to get the wi fi program code modded to cupcake for receiving real time data machine input. On wi-fi it is a very quick data platform to send and recieve RTD. The PTT is all Nextel and the units have survived some drops and bangs that would destroy lesser rated smart androids. The modified otter box on one unit has rendered it almost imortal.
The drawback is that the processing supervisors all have personal smart phones with 3g/4g data speeds and when iden data is used, the slow down is just not understood. Some of the folks never had dial-up.
This stigma of data speed (19.2) could kill the deal. The company is considering a i1 program that would cover 75% of the monthly cost of an 1500 min plan for many employees, but the native iden speed has many folks asking why can't they receive the data on their speedy smart phone and tote a i560 / i335 for dc.
The data is proprietary, so that won't fly.
I think I will wait till otter box has an indestructo for the Evo as 4g is now native here and tote the i335.
If it can't survive a 14ft drop, it's not an phone. I don't think this applies to my Photon, even in a Defender. ;-)