Although changing very little on the outside, it has always been what's under the hood that has been the most exciting for this handset.
Crackberry is reporting better hardware, an improved clickable screen, more memory for a more smooth running OS and of course that all important Wi-fi so missed from the original.
However, it also suggests that, similarly to the iPhone 3G S, these small improvements may only tempt new users to the handset rather than upgraders from the current Storm.
Of course it remains to be seen how the handset does, and how much the problems that niggled so many in the original have truly been addressed in the finished version.
We've popped the video over on a blog, so be sure to check it out and let us know what you think – and if you're a current Storm user, will you be upgrading?