Still loving the Thunderbolt
Once I got over the initial excitement of getting it, I now get much more reasonable battery life while still being able to use it regularly. I've only got a few running issues with it.
1. The charge/usb port is on the side, which when you rotate the phone on its kickstand, becomes the bottom. If you want to plug in the phone and watch video in landscape mode, you're out of luck. I thought this was a somewhat significant design flaw considering it is marketed as a media powerhouse.
2. The screen leaks light at the bottom viewed from some angles, but I got mine the day it came out, maybe this issue has been resolved? I have not however had any problems with dust or anything else getting behind the screen.
3. The Thunderbolt doesn't seem to get along with all widgets, particularly APN On/Off widgets. The phone somehow still connects to the Mobile Network even if the APN is all buggered up. If you're using the stock Sense user interface however, the HTC Mobile Network widget works perfectly.
I replaced the Sense interface with LauncherPro, which adds some customizing options, as well as the ability to rotate the home screen into landscape mode and resize widgets.
Also PowerControl Plus, I love this widget.