My Nokia 9500 is looking for a new home. I was worried about battery time and the Qtek 9000, but this is not SUV of PDAs I was expecting. My old iPaq drained the batteries much faster. Charging trough a standard mini-USB port instead of a proprietary thingie is a big plus - as is the normal 3.5mm headphone plug. The keyboard is also more or less as good as the one in the Nokia. It is not much of a phone, but it gets the job done.
This photo, from the room where I work, is surprisingly good. It doesn't come close to a real camera, but for a lens-less camera phone this is quite good.