If you can't get 3G at least you can get some cool music phones. First T-Mobile launched the low-end but entirely capable Nokia XpressMusic 5310, and now they've unleashed the Motorola ROKR E8. I was pretty impressed by the E8 when I played with it at CES in January. The "ModeShift" morphing keypad is a pretty clever way of offering context-sensitive controls and menus on a non-touchscreen phone, and the music player looked pretty nice. Think of the E8 as a higher-end Nokia 5310.
You can head on over to TMo's site for some product shots and specs, but there's no pricing or availability info up yet (as of 10 PM Pacific Time Wed night, anyway). If you're in the market for a relatively thin candybar phone with a 2MP camera, 3.5mm headphone jack and Stereo Bluetooth support, and a unique look, the E8 might just be your ticket. You'll be limited to EDGE data speeds, but if you're on TMo you're used to that already.