I actually prefer the P4350 over the VoX, which is something I would never thought possible.
I really liked the P4350 when I got it, played alot with it and the only thing that at that point was a let-down,
was not having the numeric dailpad (hardware based) like I had on my Qtek 8310 and the amazing screen quality)
so I thought when I saw the VoX, it would be THE MS phone that would rule them all (hahahahaaaaaa!.... )
Anyways... Now I've come to the conclusion that the P4350 handles everything so well just by using the frontbuttons,
that I actually don't need a dail-pad on the front of my phone (like the VoX) and I have the keyboard to write my SMS.
Also is the P4350 "snappier" compared to the VoX. I overclocked both but still the screenswitching with the P4350 is
pretty much faster, while clocked lower. What I also think to be much much MUCH better, is the handling of your calendar with the P4350.
I really got into using the calendar on the P4350 and I now realize how GOOD it is to have everything in front of you when you
want to make a new appointment and not just the first 3 items and have to scroll down to further complete one calendar entry.
I also had a Qtek S200, which I traded in a few weeks for the Qtek 8310 which I really loved using and I actually did use the calendar on that device ALOT, but somehow the VoX can't give me the same cheers I felt for the QTek 8310.
Funny how things go in my little world