I just ordered the Moto G and expect it to arrive by the end of the week. I'll be traveling the following two weeks, driving out to Yellowstone National Park, so it'll be interesting to see how the phone performs and what cell/data coverage will be like. The $260 Nexus 6, which lasted me 30 months (much longer than my previous smartphones), is no longer supported and has poor battery life. It served me relatively well. Now, it will be my backup as well as something to play with (trade-in value is only $30). I'm switching plans because I think there are better, cheaper (or at least equivalent) plans for me than SERO. Also, Sprint no longer subsidizes phone purchases. I purchased an iPhone for my wife 2 years ago using the subsidy on my contract. Project Fi offers unlimited calls and texts, free or cheap international calls, and free or cheap international roaming. With some data management on my part, I hope to have cheaper monthly bills (closer to $30/month average rather than a consistent $50). Switching to Project Fi means giving up Google Voice . I'll keep my number, but won't be able to use Google Voice website anymore. It looks like I'll lose spam filtering and won't get incoming caller ID (other than caller's number), which might bum me out. I think I'll also lose all my Google Voice text message history (I think voicemail and calling history might transfer. I'm archiving through Google Takeout, just in case. I'll post updates when my phone arrives and I activate Project Fi.