Hi All, Just upgraded from a Droid Incredible (1st gen) to a Stratosphere. I have had the Stratosphere for a week now. The incredible was supposed to be a phone pretty weak on battery life, but I am not a heavy user for voice, e-mail, sms, etc. So I could get 24 hours plus on the old incredible before it shutdown. The Stratosphere, however, is down to 25-15% battery life after 10 hours of uptime. This is with very similar pattern of usage that I was doing with the incredible. The android system is taking up the most battery, usually from 35% all the way up to 50% depending on the day. The display is usually next with around 20 to 10% on average. Everything else is under that in the single digits. I have the same two gmail and one exchange account syncing. I do leave bluetooth on (which I did on the DINC). I keep standalone GPS off and my screen timeout is 1 minute. I only installed about 20 applications, "run of the mill" stuff like weather channel, pandora, amazon, nothing special - generally the same apps that I had on the DINC with the exception of Skype. I cannot tell what is eating up the battery. I turned off most syncing except for the push mail and calendar. Oh, I am also in a 4G area with 4-5 bars in my office and house. Also, I removed the verizon data use widget and accuweather widget to see if those were the culprits. No luck. Almost forgot, I keep wi-fi completely off too. I only turn it on when I am at home and need it to connect to the network. (Samsung remote control app for Samsung TV or remote desktop or connectbot) Would an app like system panel give me more detailed battery use information? Past this I think the next step is to factory reset and keep a track of what changes I make. Any other ideas on tracking down the battery hog? Thanks!