Couple questions from someone about to jump on this band wagon. I'm looking at the XD and Pro... Leaning towards Pro. Looks like you can get the XD for around $100... And Verizon Pro for around $200. I have Verizon now, so my thought is, with a Verizon Pro with a clean ESN, if my normal phone ever dies, I could activate the Pro as a backup phone. Seem legit? Then there's the fact that the Verizon Pro has the fancy glass (all Verizon Pros have it correct?) I figured I would buy the Perfect Squeeze phone mount. Any better options? Biggest question: How are you guys charging while riding? I want to use it like a stand alone GPS; screen always on. It looks like the Pro has three methods of charging: USB, pins, or wireless. USB is the most delicate and not waterproof, but it seems to be the only doable option. I can't find any info on charging through the pins; which seems perfect. High power transfer, low heat, and easy! Glue to spring contacts to my phone mount, and when I snap the phone in, they make contact. Why isn't this done more frequently? Is it not simply 5v dc, 2 amps, positive to one pin, negative to the other? The way I see it, about $200 for the phone, $100 for the mount and charger, and $20-$40 for several apps I would use. Am I missing any pieces to this puzzle? Coming in around $330 isn't cheap, but it's half the price of a good Garmin. Biggest advantage I see with the Garmin is I can pass through my phone audio. I have a Sena 20s, which prefers only 2 Bluetooth connections. I generally ride with one other person connected, leaving me one Bluetooth connection available. With the Garmin, I can pass my Pandora through to hear music and directions. With the Pro, I'll have to choose which phone to connect to my Sena; maps and offline music, or calls and Pandora. My current GPS (that I've used for ten years) doesn't connect to my Bluetooth, so it's not a deal breaker. But is there a solution?