Has anyone else come to the conclusion that the fewer Sense apps you use, the less trouble you will have with battery life? It's quite a shame that the time to market issues alluded to by Google folks at I/O have caused inadequately tested changes to Android to ruin customer satisfaction. Today I was having Exchange sync issues with my mail. I note 2 things. It seems it is not possible to edit the server settings once the account is set up. And regardless of sync frequency settings if the sync process is failing your battery will be dead in no time. I am now faced with looking for an alternate Exchange mail application if such a thing exists. I have already seen what Sense Flickr and Facebook can do to battery life. HTC stopped communicating with me about either battery life OR signal strength issues.