PPCMD -- You make a good point about wanting it all. I am less concerned about a particular peice of functionality as I am about the presentation as a whole. The m version is fine for what it is and I think it is a fine move by Verizon and Moto. However, if the introduction of the c is nothing more than a repackaged m then i believe they have missed a large portion of their audience. This is exspecially true given that the h has some of the memory upgrades as well as the other add-ons that the m/c will have. Listen, the upgrades of the m are very intriguing in terms of being able to integrate a Wifi card, WM6, and Docs to Go; as well as a new shell. However, there are some real opportunities to take control of this space at least in the short term with items like Rev A, GPS, better processors, GSM/CDMA, and memory upgrades. Now I realize we are not going to see it all in one device, but they are falling behind in feature sets. Ultimately, they will release two new versions of the Q and both exist on the same hardware that we have currently. That will be about 18 months of the same 'guts' which is a lifetime in this space. Do we really think a third new version is on the short term plan? If not how long do we have to wait for the Q to catch up to the Q4 and Q1 08 releases of other phones? All those items exist, in part, in other smart phone or PPC phone releases over the next 4-6 months.