No, not a software crash, the real kind of crash. In writing a post about stolen phone tracking, I had an ideal. Does anyone know to what resolution the accelerometer in the G1 is? I read about the Google Guys and an app that recorded the phone being tossed in the air, so I figured it it might have a high degree of resolution. Here's my thought. Have a back ground app watch for sudden massive deceleration. (i.e. the sudden massive deceleration that comes when your car hits a light poll). Now assuming that the phone survives the crash, the app would then open up and try to get a GPS fix. It could also send those GPS coordinates to someone via email or sms. In addition, the application could try and "alert you", if you cannot respond because you are uncontentious, the phone could then "call" some one, and play a prerecorded message. "This is McKiney's phone, there may have been an antecedent, the phone is located near (reads address), I am turning on the speaker phone so you can try and talk with McKinley" The phone would then active the speaker phone so the caller could try and communicate with the phone owner. The app would also read back the address at various intervals. Of course you would not want the phone calling mom to tell her that her son was dead in a car wreak because your phone was in your gym bag when you threw it on the floor in a lost-racket-ball-game rage. So the overall concept might be flawed, but it's worth a thought.