Summary: This phone has held up really well for the 18 months I've had it. Still feels as responsive as new phones, don't notice any performace issues. The battery life is insane. I have to remind myself to plug it in. It lasts a day and a half of heavy use, and easily multiple days of light use. It supports 64GB micro SD cards which means I can carry my whole music collection with me. It *FINALLY* got an update to Android 4.4 which brought it into the modern era.
Summary: Surprised it didn't come with a SIM card, or the Motorola tool needed to open the door to the SIM and SD card, or any kind of instruction booklet. But the shipping was quick and they threw in a free car charger. Overall I'm happy with my purchase.
Summary: Phone is fantastic. Love it completely, had an issue a few months in (Used phone), so I opened it up with my tools and found that it had been opened previously. Could see a little water damage, but it doesn't appear to affect the phone, so its all good. Phone isn't too hard to open either to replace Battery. I actually had to replace the volume rocker, because it got bent, and was stuck in the DOWN position.
Excerpt: This was my first non-BlackBerry smartphone, and I have to say it took some getting used to, however I now am fairly pleased with this phone. I love the screen, and battery life is phenomenal. I no longer have to bring a charger (or spare battery as I did with BlackBerrys) along with me. The phone has excellent hardware, but the software is now having some hiccups. So much so that my email deleted itself and Verizon replaced my phone for free.
Excerpt: Overall this has been a very good phone. The interface is very fast. PROS: Very clear screen. Amazing battery life. Fantastic cell reception. Good call quality. CONS: Some screen freezes and restarts when accessing SD card contents. Random SD card removal warning (now a known issue). NO MORE USB MOUNT (only MTP)!