Samsung Galaxy S2 owners on the Three network, have probably spent the last year waiting patiently for that pesky 24-month contract to expire so they can jump on the shiny new Galaxy S4 handset.
With a year still left to run on most S2 contracts, those pragmatic souls determined not to pay early upgrade fees missed out on all the Galaxy S3 hoopla, but they knew their time would come with the S4.
But now, with that sweet 5-inch, full HD powerhouse of a smartphone but a month from their grasp, the network has thrown a curve ball; It has rolled out Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for those patient S2 users.
So here's the question S2 faithful? Do you upgrade to a Galaxy S4 and basque in the glory of having the latest model or do you stick with the S2 for a little while longer and enjoy new features like Google Now?
Kies or OTA
In order to answer, those customers on the UK's smallest mobile network can get a handful of Jelly Bean goodness through the Samsung Kies desktop companion software or downloaded over the air.
The Jelly Bean launch comes a couple of months after Samsung announced that it was bringing the latest major release of Android to its S2 handset back in January.
It looks like Three is the first to get it out of the gate.
In all seriousness...
Now, you may have mocked the very suggestion that S2 owners wouldn't upgrade to an S4 due to the presence of Jelly Bean on the former.
However, it's not like the S2 has, all of a sudden become a slouch. In TechRadar's 20 best smartphones in the world round-up, the Galaxy S2 remains in a respectable 13th place, two years after it first arrived on the scene.
Will Jelly Bean be enough for users not to upgrade? Will it be enough for them to spend a little longer weighing up their options, taking another look at the HTC One or Sony Xperia Z or waiting to see what Apple has in store with iOS 7 this summer? Maybe... Just maybe.