I like the concept of Android and fell in love with what I could poentially do on this platform but after jumping on the bandwagon by picking up the Samsung Moment, I'm starting to realize there are inherent flaws with the operating system which causes my phone to lock up several times a day. 1.) Memory useage and Apps. If you know as a developer that the overall memory foot print of the current generation android phones being sold on the market is on average around 288mb or less of which most of that memory is used for space for the installed apps, why would you as a developer create an app that is solely designed to run in the background and much worse, why would you as the developer make it so that I am not able to quit the app unless I use a third party task killer??? Having to kill off apps all the time via the task killer to free up more memory so I can run another app is ANNOYING and ********!! Stop making apps that do not allow me to easily quit the app when I need to. Also another pain in the ass, why have the apps be installed on the phone's internal memory as opposed to the SD Card??? Again, this is ********!! Its asking for trouble when you have only 25mb (or less) of memory for the phone to function. This is why I find myself having to reset the phone several times a day. The instability of the platform is UNREAL!!. Plus with the hardware bugs of the phone itself now fully being documented (GPS location issues), it just pushes the overall user experience of using android to the level of SUCKING ASS!! I don't know if the update to android v2.01 will resolve these issues but unless there are significant changes to how the OS is to handle apps and memory usage, I don't see this problem going away anytime soon. If android cannot be stable as the use of a Blackberry, a lot of people such as myself will defect to something more stable and promising such as the Palm Web OS platform. All it will take for Palm is to massively pump up the hardware specs for Web OS to get back into the game. If that should happen, I won't give a second thought to jumping ship. Trust me when I say that others like me will do likewise should the Android platform become the reputation of complete unusability.