I am on #2 - Battery problems. It would go dead in 30mins or less.
The wife is on #4. I think she is working her way to get it replaced with the Storm2. I tell her that she always gets one with a loose screw holding it (think about it, you'll get it. Lol.)
I bricked my original and a replacement within 2 days of each other in March (tried to upgrade with a pirated version of Windows (I am a Mac user) ...now I bought XP). I was honest with Verizon and they still replaced both of them FOC. It does pay to be honest.... :dance::dance:
I purchased a ZAGG "full body coverage" for my first storm and it was great, but won't protect beyond scratches. I have not purchased another for my replacement device and I just have a silicon "storm condom" for it which came in the original device box. It works...
I've tried everything and the problem is, if you take the phone apart and look at the back of the click screen, there are four gel like pads at each corner and only one actual "click" switch in the middle. The screen moves around about 1mm in every direction as you all know. Well, this movement causes these gel pads to become unsecured and either fold over, fall off or just wear out completely. This is why so many phones have problems clicking in one area. I'm a mechanic and a complete tech geek, so any time something doesn't work properly, I take it apart and fix it. These phones, however, require a new screen to be fixed because of the stupid design of the click screen. There is no "FIX" per say, other than replacing the screen. You can, however, do the trick with a little paper under the battery, as this does stiffin up the structure and give a little more fimness, but by no means fixes the clicking in corners issues.