The Nokia 6300 has won awards in mobile phone magazines, and rightly so. It has an MP3 player, 2MP camera with night-mode (which is pretty good even with no flash or light), ability to film short videoclips, calculator, calendar (with ability to have memos and other such reminders go off - which has come in handy for me on numerous occasions!). It's very slim, so fits neatly into the pocket. You can even set text sizes, so if you find one size too small, there's the ability to choose between two, sometimes three, different text sizes. The phone also has Bluetooth capabilities.
If I had any quibbles, they would include:
(1) some of the features are not necessarily where you might expect them to be. As an example, would you expect to find a countdown timer in the Organiser menu? I certainly didn't, and in other Nokia phones, where it might have been found more logically somewhere else, this can be confusing to start with.
(2) The battery life is not always as good as the description makes out, especially if you use the camera and other battery-intensive things a lot.
(3) The Navi-Key can sometimes be hard to manipulate accurately due to the thinness of the phone making it a button that doesn't have much leeway when pressing, so moving up, down, left or right (such as when moving the cursor in text-messaging) occasionally becomes a little more difficult.
(4) The supplied Micro SD card is only 128Mb, which is really tiny and won't give you much chance to store a great deal, so you would be well advised to buy a higher-capacity Micro SD card ASAP (I bought a 2Gb one, which is considerably more forgiving!). They're not that expensive, but still effectively increase the overall cost of the phone.
But, rest assured, this is still a great phone, with Nokia's trademark intuitive nature (give or take the occasional odd choice of positioning of some applications within the menus), especially at this price.