Well, I have had my G1 for almost six months now and I must say that I am enjoying the device. Yes, it is a bit of an odd design and it is a bit bulky, but nothing that I am not already familiar with having own and many Windows Mobile phones.
Well, as I stated in another post I have made it to over six hundred hours of uptime, heck the other day I was just shy of six hundred and fifty hours when I was forced to reboot the phone to get the radios working again. I had just landed at the airport after returning for being out of town for work and the phone worked for a few minutes and then just refused to communicate with the outside world at all. Oh, well, I would not have made it much past seven hundred hours since I just received the Android 1.6 update for my phone. The odd thing this time is that it did not come overnight, it was right in the middle of the day.
I have not been running the new version of Android for long on the phone, but the updates to Google Maps and the Market are very noticeable and seem to feel a more polished.
The other itme that I am noticing is that it appears that the T-Mobile site near my house has been upgraded to support 3G now, that is nice, but in turn since I am right on the edge, my location based services have a hard time deciding where I am based only on the cell radio. Some times it knows I am close to home and other times it puts me a few towns away and yet other times it has no idea where I am. If I force the phone to 2G it will find my location in no time. Also, if I am in an area that is covered very well by 3G it will locate me just fine. It must be because I am right on the edge. I must also say the the locations based on Wifi are amazing, It locates me on the correct block and within a few hundred feet of my house, a bit scary in some respects.
Over all, I am still very happy with the phone and the service, I am also glad to see T-Mobile expanding their 3G network.