I love Blackberrys, I still regard them as one of the elite in mobile handsets. But dammit Kanye, you are making it hard to be your fan. Blackberry are not what they once were, we know this. The move to Android was a smart move for a larger slice of the pie. But seriously - a £600 experimental phone? Other than those who invest in flagships and a ready to take a gamble, how was this a great idea? Can't they just accept that nostalgia gets you only so far and keyboards are no longer required in this stage of technology also? It's almost like they don't want to succeed. For success to grow, they need to (A), man up and ditch the keyboards (ala Blackberry Leap - still their best designed handset) (B), stick with Android and most importantly (C), don't put all their eggs in one basket and release one redonkulusly expensive phone. To grow they need to make mid rangers in the £300-ish range so people are more likely to purchase one, and make them 4.5, 5.0 & 5.5 inch sizes to cater to the different size markets, with good - though not top shelf specs. All with a Blackberry flavored skin to Android that melds the classic with the new. What are your thoughts on the state of Blackberry? What can they do to rise again & what missteps do you think they have taken in the past? Let me know your thoughts.