So I have a cigarette-to-USB adapter already, but it's a large bulky one that sticks out over 1.5 inches from the socket. Not the end of the world, I know, but I just fabricated a little mount for my phone and am trying to now make everything neat and tidy. I saw Sprint's $29.99 "low profile" adapter and thought I could probably find something similar or better online - which I did. I was particularly looking at this one from Belkin, but came across an issue reading the comments: The charger is rated at 1A, which is what our phones charge at from the wall outlet. However, apparently people are saying the phone actually recognizes it as a USB outlet, and so charges at only 500 mAh. Apparently, some people with EVOs are saying this is NOT enough to maintain even the current charge when using GPS and playing music. Is this true? Or is 500 mAh enough? I don't care if it doesn't charge at a million miles an hour. I DO want it to actually be charging and not losing power though. Can someone confirm that regardless, 500 mAh should be enough? A lot of people are saying they have Droids/etc... and have no problem using GPS and everything, so I'm not sure who to believe. THIS PART RESOLVED: (On a related note, does anyone know of a Widget or something that I can put on my home-screen that I can toggle on/off to make the screen stay lit and on max brightness for when I am in the car? The phone doesn't recognize a standard charger like this as a "car dock" so the screen does not stay on, and I can't find a feature in the settings for "screen stays lit on A/C power" like I've had in like even basic flip phones from years ago, lol, unless I am blind...) Thanks in advance to anyone who can offer any sort of help!