Background color in phone container represents the user own rating.
Green is a like, red a dislike.
Bolded devices name means that those are still owned by Paul Hendrix.
Main mobile means that device is still owned by the user (and "year to" is not set or 0)
Love/hate relationship because of the camera and developer support. If I were to go on about this in detail I probably wouldn't get any sleep today.
It's the only phone out there I still want to use, but not really because I love it so much, but because there is no other phone that ticks all my boxes. Biggest complaint is the camera which Sony is supposed to nail: Good sensor, dedicated shutter button, sluggish app with no manual settings that ruins the images through enforced processing and takes ages to actually take the photo (however that seems to be solved through their open source drivers without their "enhancements").
I keep breaking and fixing it. Have gone through many replacement parts, which on one hand I feel bad about, but on the other there really is no phone competing with it, except maybe the ones from the same line.
The improved design, fingerprint sensor in the power button and frosted back are nice, though - the software support lacks much behind the z3 and z1 compact though. Also well supported are the new, more complicated and overall worse phones, though, so that's frustrating. Will try to somehow get a replacement screen, the camera driver working, a case and be done with this mess.
It's fine and okay for its price. Bought it because it was cheap and small. It ran Lollipop, had good battery life and looked pretty good. The complete rotation feature is something I really want to see more today.
Software support however was pretty awful (though Lollopop might still be fine today) and I basically modded it to death trying to replace the back with wood - something to note is that if heated up, the buttons fall apart (i miraculously was able to fix the power button, damn). Over all a pretty decent hardware design with very little glue. The digitizer broke when it dropped out of my pocket while riding my bike.
Good phone. Kept breaking and replacing the screen til one replacement caused the GPU to work at constant 3fps, after which I decided to move on partly because I found that the screen was a bit big for my liking. I bought it at the time of the release, enjoyed the software support and loved opening it, which ultimately probably caused its death.
The one my father spontaneously decided to also buy still works in 2017.