The good: Bluetooth Capability w/voice command, Camera Phone, Able to use with computer with the correct drivers and a large selection of games to play with 25mbs of memory.The bad: Not a flip phone, if you like flip phones.Summary: I paid 19.99 for my last phone, the Virgin Moble Marbl, and it had nothing. No camera, no bluetooth capability, corny games with corny graphics. The battery was going bad so I decided that it was best to buy another phone instead of another battery for 49.99 at a local Radio Shack. For 15.00 dollars more than what I paid for the Marbl, the UT Starcom 1450 was worlds apart from the Marbl. It felt like I went from the stoneage to the 21st Century in one good decision to buy the Super Slice. If you're a stickler like me when it comes to money, the UT Starcom 1450 is a great buy! Flip phone or not, doesn't really make a difference to this frugal buyer because I got more than my money's worth with the features that come with the phone.