The only real disadvantage of my Nokia N95-8GB is that there is nog Qwerty keyboard on the device. So typing of e-mails and SMS is cumbersome. And using ssh (for instance with putty for symbian: http://s2putty.sourceforge.net/ is not an option. I found an HP iPQA keyboard (model FA802AA) which i could try and it worked in one go. The N95 has a wireless keyboard application which connects to the keyboard through bluetooth and after that you can type ahead.
If you are in the main screen, you can press the numbers to dial al phone number. And in messaging mode the keyboard functions with all keys. The Windows key seems to be mapped to the left soft key (so you can easily get to messaging mode from the mains screen).
There is an expandable stand in the keyboard which holds the Nokia snugly when switched in to portrait mode, it almost seems as if it’s designed that way.
There might be a problem with the keyboard in switching off the device (i don’t have the manual with it, therefore the might), which is also mentioned by people on the Internet. I disconnect the batteries when it’s not in use to solve that problem.