Summary: I've found the V-750 to be "OK". I should first disclose that I purchased it for basic use, to make calls and send the occasional text message. I was lured by the description of "rugged", as this phone will be exposed to plenty of dirt, vibration, and I'm sure the occasional drop around the farm.
Summary: When I opened the package I was surprised to find a refurbished/re-certified cell phone. The motorala Adventure I a purchased was supposed to be "NEW." As it turns out.. it was not new, and it definitely doesn't feel very rugged. The flip top actually feels like it could flip off at any time.
Summary: I purchased this phone with my Verizon Contract only because the sales rep told me that it was a rugged phone. The phone worked great and has continued to do so, however only after one week I dropped the phone on my kitchen floor and the front screen shattered.
Excerpt: It only has a 2.5mm jack that will only work with motorola over priced crappy head phones. I was sold on this phone by the Verizon salesman based on its MP# player functionality and told any 2.5mm to 3.5mm headphone converter would work. Which is not true.
Pros: makes and receives calls like any other phone
Excerpt: I had 2 of these phones within 36 hours. Both phones presented the exact same problems within 12 hours of ownership. They both would take literally 5-8 seconds for each letter/number to appear on the screen while placing a call or texting a message.