Thanks for the input..
With the Saga, one of the issues I had was it kept switching from 4 way navigation to mouse without touching anything. I never got to get it online as the sales guy did not configure everything like he was supposed to. I put 3 free apps on it from windows mobile site that I did not get to use.
So, which do you like better, the Tour or the Ozone?
Yeah, i re read your earlier post and the Saga's keyboard was well pretty cramped looking, lol. and yeah optical mouse is kinda flaky
After playing with the Tour and the Ozone, I much prefer the larger high resolution screen that the Tour has. It also "feels" more high end, nice and weighty/solid, with nice features like a standard 3.5 mm headphone jack, and 3.2 MP camera, something that the Ozone doesn't give you.
But on the flipside Ozone costs less, has the standard 4-way toggle, and has Wi-Fi. Also, while the Ozone doesn't feel as "upscale" as the Tour, it's not a shoddy built phone, indeed in typical HTC fashion, everything fit together well and had a high level of build quality.
As much as I like Windows Mobile, I'd have to concede that the Tour is a better phone, in term's of feature content. There's also the Blackberry App World that has about 2,000 apps in it's library. (and there are even more on other sites) On Windows Mobile, apps aren't really in a central, OS maker provided location quite yet (Windows Marketplace opens later this year)-There's Handango for both Blackberry and Win Mo, but the appeal of being able to download trusted apps from the OS Maker's own store is quite strong.
I figure I wasn't much help
but I'd say your best bet would be to try your daughter's tour again and then try the HTC Ozone. Pick the one that's easiest for you to use, and has the right balance of features-who knows you might find that one feature you want might push you closer to one phone over the other.