BlackBerry Storm 2
Pros: Wi-fi shouldn't be much to ask for, but at least RIM added it to this model. Though it's a Verizon phone, the Storm 2 is a world phone that switches from CDMA to GSM abroad, allowing more room to roam. It has all the Microsoft and IBM synching functions one would expect from a BlackBerry while accommodating sites like Facebook and MySpace. The touch screen/keypad combo, Bluetooth 2.0 and microSD card slot that accommodates up to 32-gigabytes of memory are nice touches as well.
Cons: BlackBerry hasn't been good with touch screens, and its latest offering is no exception. With a browser that isn't anywhere near as friendly as Apple's, Google's or Palm's, the touch screen will prove problematic for business-oriented BlackBerry users.