Pointless and lacking.
Please stop producing pointless video reviews. There was nothing in this with much benefit over text with pics. You could show more of the interface in use instead of the reviewer waxing.
Also, as you have the Macbook prominently set up there, you failed to mention that RIM's pack-in Mac software is a joke, and a bad one at that. It simply does not work. If you want to put this phone to any use on a Mac, you will have to fork out (and not too little) for Missing Sync. Excellent software, but it should not be mandatory. Furthermore, if you feel this Blackberry to be "solid" you surely never touched a Nokia E51 – that is a solid feeling phone. The 8120 is too light to be comfortable with, and its battery cover is a flimsy thin piece of plastic. I was constantly worried about breaking the phone, the cover, the little flimsy card-slot cover... The trackball also feels cheap as it grinds and scratches along. It provides a marvelous way to navigate the interface though. The interface itself is mostly too utilitarian to be called ugly, yet the media functions lack elegance and feel bolted on. The text recognition is outstanding, but the keyboard could feel better. The browser sucks. On the whole the device works well, but it is not fun. Finally, everybody seems to assume that every Dick & Jane buying this phone wants to pay through the nose for the Blackberry push service to be constantly annoyed by yet another amazing opportunity to buy generic Viagra, instead of only checking & sending E-Mail on demand. As "those people" are clearly outside of RIM's desired target demographic, and fail to generate additional revenue for RIM, RIM failed to implement POP3/IMAP support. So you either pay for the service or you will not use this phone for E-Mail.
All in all, this review is six weeks late and not too informative. Nevertheless, I look forward for your Nokia E51 review in late February, as that phone is not only cheaper than the 8120 but also surpasses it in every single aspect safe for the camera function.