My NextG phone is playing up. I'm still in contract til towards the end of the year. Anyway, been looking on Ebay for a bargain. Found a Motorola V6, NextG model, bidding starting around a dollar. Won it for around $70. It arrived today. The ad on Ebay said that it was "used/refurbished". This means that it should have been cleaned up to make it "look" like new. But it wasn't. It had greasy finger marks all over it. The phone's wallpaper has a picture of some guy and his kid. The phonebook has about a dozen entries. That's all I could find. It has a memory card in it but I don't have a reader for it so I can't see if there are photos of him and his missus doing anything untoward as I can't access the menus (read below). I powered it up, which it did. Turned it off, inserted my SIM and turned it back on. Detected the network. However, that's when the fun started. The keypad seems to work only intermittently. When it does it looks like that there's a button stuck down somewhere, if it gets to a menu then the thing flies around the screen. I connected it via USB to the PC. Windows detects it but fails to make a proper connection. Hardware failure or something it reports. The Motorola software won't detect it. I've emailed the guy and have requested a refund and will be returning it. I might grovel to Telstra and see if it will terminate my contract early without penalty and I'll go and get a new phone on a new contract. If it won't then I'll put up with the dodgy phone and when Optus starts up its 3G network around here I'll go with it.