Originally Posted by BBHorrigan
I would say go with the more expensive plan that gives you BES access, you have to figure you can still have a personal email set up on your phone. And the calender feature is very useful I've found. Also on the BES they can do alot of remote tools that are useful (reset handheld password/resent services books) and alot of the time some companies have dummed down default IT Policies.
Take my advice and find out ahead of time the details of the policy your company will put on your device.
I had a BES setup done recently only to find my WAP, SMS, MMS, Wi-Fi browser and BIS access all disabled, even though I was told the only impact I would experience was having to enter a password now and again.