...Moto should stop screwing up its handhelds, that should help. Take the F3 - splendid hardware concept, great price, crappy overall implementation. What, you want to read/write SMS in a bearable manner? Why? Same with the RAZR, sweet hardware, shitty software. In contacts, people had ONE field for NAME. Maybe it was aimed at folks whose contacts are all just "Candy", "Mandy", or "Andy" anyway, but finding people with 2-part-names was difficult, especially if you were up to some fancy endeavor like synchronizing it with your PC, or, heaven forbid, Mac. This line of half-assed products goes way back to the 90s, when I had a V.3690. Marvellous phone that for some reason would not use caller ID for SMS, so you would have to teach folks to sign their transmissions. All in all, one might assume there is a special department at Moto that gets all the new handsets and then broods over how to implement at least one infuriating feature before allowing release.