Summary: Decisions, decisions. As I mentioned earlier, Verizon's now got four VCAST Messaging phones for heavy texters to choose from, and that's not venturing into full-blown smartphone territory.
Pros: Sleeker and smaller than the original EnV. Comfortable QWERTY keyboard and QVGA internal display make texting fun. Huge external keypad makes dialing easy. VCAST music and video support. Support for laptop tethering (phone as modem).
Conclusion: When the Voyager came out, it seemed like a natural upgrade to the enV as it had a QWERTY keyboard and offered more multimedia features and a touch screen on top of strong messaging. But with the release of enV2, the upgrade path is forked.
Pros: Very attractive phone and good quality build. Good reception and voice quality. Support for V CAST and VZ Navigator. New messaging features make it even easier to work with messages and email. Very good battery life.
Cons: The small external display limits tasks without opening the flip. Keyboard is a bit too flat. The camera phone takes grainy indoor photos. No wired headset included for music playback.