Hi everyone, I've been a long-time user of Nokia phones, but the time has come (and passed) to switch to a different mobile OS. I don't like the excessive control that Apple applies to the iPhone and Android also never really fascinated me. I did like webOS for a moment, but then it simply faded away. Anyway, being a S60FP3 user, I'm used to control exactly when my phone is online (be it by cell network or WiFi). Also, most of the functions I use (music, taking photos and some little gaming) are all offline. I do perform the occasional web browsing and e-mail checking, but mostly when there is wi-fi available or when I REALLY need to (in which case I pay for the KB of data). So, if you guys could help me with two basic questions which I have not found the answer in any review, I would really appreciate: 1) Can you completely control when the phone is going "online", be it by cell network or WiFi? The way Nokia does is fine with me (asking me how to connect everytime an app wants to go online), but with WP7 being so more advanced than Symbian it would be great if it had a more clever way to do it (like automatically banning every rebellious app from going online if no known hot spot is available). 2) So, considering that I can tame the phone to keep it offline, how useful will the phone actually be? Do I suddenly loose A LOT of the functions (FB contact data, etc), or does the phone keep them in memory for when offline? A couple of examples that I'm interested in (besides FB contacts) are the Zune and the Maps application... Thanks, Leo.