I purchased the Nokia XpressMusic 5130 Cell Phone back in June of 2009 to replace my previous Nokia cellphone, which I accidentally ran over with my car. Since then, I have been extremely pleased with the 5130. For those who are looking for a cellphone that has simple features performed reliably, then this is it. The Good: Although the screen is not big and touch-based, it is nonetheless vibrant and clear enough for what it's worth. Reception was always excellent and I had no problems with Bluetooth connectivity. Comes with a micrSDHC card at 2gb, which is always upgradeable. The great thing about the 5130 is it's size. It is small and compact, constructed from plastic that is both sturdy and solid. Speaker volume is tinny at times but loud enough. I use it regularly in my morning jogs, and even though I have another cell phone now, I still use the 5130 as an mp3 player. In fact, I've got tons of audiobooks loaded on a 16gb microSDHC and I hook it up to my car's audio system and listen to a wide variety of audiobooks while on the road to meet with clients. It is now 2011 and the phone still functions well without a glitch - not many phones can do that nowadays. Battery life is awesome, I can play my audiobooks for nearly 16 hours straight before needing a recharge. The Bad: Limited features. Forget about surfing the web, the screen is too small, and with the keypad layout, surfing is too cumbersome. All in all, a solid cellphone both in build and performance. 6.5 out of 10 for me.