Overall Are you an enterprise user who's wedded to their BlackBerry? Do you cringe whenever someone utters the words "virtual keyboard"? Then the Torch 9800 has a lot to offer you in the smartphone department-everything you're familiar with, plus some new features which bring the BlackBerry franchise more in line with rival offerings.If you're a typical consumer, however, the choice is more problematic. Those who primarily use their smartphones as communication devices-whether that involves texting, email, or voice calls-will also find many things to like here. But those wanting a smartphone with robust gaming and multimedia capabilities may find themselves drawn to competitors with a better screen and a broader app library.I can only assume that the minor issues with the Torch's user interface will be corrected in subsequent updates. In the meantime, RIM seems to have developed a solid-although not exactly groundbreaking-platform for holding its own in the smartphone wars. The BlackBerry Torch is available Aug. 12, for $199 with a two-year contract through AT&T.