I downloaded the 902 update and noticed Verizon was so "nice" to include 2 new apps that I didn't know I needed in the Mog Music app and Slingbox. Of course Verizon apparently knows what I need better than I do so have very considerately made it so I can't accidentally uninstall these very much needed apps I will never use by making sure they can not uninstall at all (at least on a non rooted phone). Now that my little sarcastic rant is out of the way, I know if I want to stay stock I have to deal with this bloatware, unfortunately. But is there a way to make sure these apps never start? Also there are some apps I have downloaded, and like, but they start up when I don't want them to and stay in memory. Apps like Pulse and Currents always are active when I start my phone, and even if I use the task manager to turn them off, they will come back up. Maybe not right away, though sometimes it is immediate. Is there a way to make it so apps do not run unless I tell them to run and when I exit out of them they turn off? I don't believe I have an excessive amount of apps on my phone. Some that I have downloaded don't run unless I start them, yet I seem to have about only 415MB of free RAM when my phone starts (out of 1GB) and that seems to slowly decrease to 300MB of free RAM over the period of a few days until I restart my phone even though no extra apps are running. Is this something I should even be concerned about?