I have just ordered an SL-6000 from Amazon after seeing the $399.00 price tag. It was a hard decision between the C860 (I really wanted that keyboard but can't afford it) and the SL-6000, but the larger, color-saturated screen and built-in wifi, plus the new price helped me make a choice. (I only wish this price was out there a month and a half ago, when I sold my SL-5500 and moved up to the SL-5600.)
Until the SL-6000 comes, I am making do with an SL-5600, which I really like a lot. It so happens to be a pxa255 instead of the pxa250
. Guess I'll sell it when the SL-6000 gets here. My one and only complaint with the 5600 so far, is fewer roms to choose from. That will probably change with time.
Check out this link for a new linux phone, motorola A780:Motorola A780 at infosync world
Just to let you know that interest in Linux and Zaurii is still here, with or without Sharp's official support. If lack of support was all it took to kill Linux and the Z, then many other products that "officially" have support, would just evaporate. I have never once called tech support on a computer or computer type device when they helped to do anything more than format and reinstall everything anyway.