Question on Q as a Phone I am considering the Q more as a phone than a PDA...from what I have read, Motorola is calling this more of a phone than anything else...maybe email in the future, but now I want a good phone with a quality, good sounding speakerphone, CONVENIENT TO ENGAGE, and simpe, voice activated dialing... I intend for this phone to be used in my car, so that I can place the unit on the dash or in my shirt pocket and have a hands-free conversation while driving...I REALLY DO NOT WANT TO USE BLUETOOTH... So, my question is this: is the speakerphone easily engaged with the press of a button, like my Nokia, or do I have to scroll thru multiple screens on the screen (like Blackberry) to engage the spkrphone???...I avoided Blackberry because you need to perform 2-3 tasks to get to spkrphone, which obviously takes your attention off the road, defeating the purpose of the spkr. Further, can you engage voice dialing with the push of a button, or do you have to scroll thru multiple screens to get to that??? Since Motorola said they emphasized it as a phone, then these two functions, spkr and voice dial should be easily accessible by pushing one button, or else Motorola has poorly used all their experience with the phones they have been selling to Nextel over the years... I hope folks who have the Q can answer these questions, since they can play with their machines and see how they work... Thank you for your assistance.