It's more than just a simple delay, it's been delayed since April, then May, then June, then last Friday, now it's Monday and it's almost July. Every phone except a couple is marked as "Coming Soon". This is a classic case of vaporware, where something is promised, continuously delayed, and then sits dormant forever in its current unreleased state or is canceled. Sprint Phones: 16 phones promised, 1 phone actually released: Blackberry. Alltell: 6 phones promised, 1 phone released: Blackberry Cingular: 20 phones promised, 4 released. T-Mobile: 11 promised, 4 released. Verizon: 7 promised, 1 released. So, in total they toute (even try to sell you new phones) that Yahoo Go! 2.0 works on 60 phones, yet only 11 are actually supported. It's comical to look at their supported list as almost everything is marked "Coming Soon!", as if "Soon" meant in the next several months, longer, or never. It wouldn't be so bad, we have Yahoo Go! 1.0 to fall back on, right? Wrong...that has been withdrawn from service, the email no longer syncs, and you can't get an official install anymore. The Yahoo Go! service is dead as of right now until 2.0 comes out, and something is keeping it from being released: internal politics, project cancellation, major bugs.