Unless it's dirt cheap I'd probably go with one of the newer HTC phones… but it would do exactly what you want, and not heard anything particularly bad about it, apart from the camera, but that seems par for the course on smart phones these days!
It also looks like it may not be getting the latest 2.1 Android OS, which means you don't get multi-touch (pinch to zoom) and a few other things if that's important for you.
I'll be getting a £35 a month contract. Free handset (and PS3 too).
I fancy the Tattoo because it's not quite as big as the latest HTCs with their bigger screens.
Not too bothered about the quality of the phone. If I really care about a picture, i'll use a proper camera.
I was just wondering whether the logic of the menus and stuff is sensible and user-friendly or whethe r it's a pain like some phones I've had before. Never had an HTC before so don't know what they're like.