End User wrote:RIM?
Either you're joking, or you don't know that Research in Motion (aka RIM) are the makers of Blackberry.
Anywho...I think that RIM's saving grace is their foothold in the enterprise, and this is diminishing quickly. If they would have licensed their OS out to other manufacturers, I think that RIM would be in a very different position than they are today. However, both Android and iOS are becoming more and more common, if not the norm, in both the private sector and with the federal government. Regardless if BB OS 10 succeeds or flops, I don't see them sticking around in their current form for much longer. There's already talks of them splitting into separate hardware and software companies. BB OS 10 might be end up being a fantastic operating system, but it'll be too little, too late...very similar to HP's webOS.
Heavy is good, heavy is reliable. If it doesn't work, you can always hit them with it.