The Droid X is my first Android phone and my first attempt at using Google Voice. I'm trying to wrap my head around how it works, but I have a few lingering questions: - I have a Google Voice number that I give out to everyone to call and text me. - When someone calls that number, it forwards the call to my cell phone and shows their caller ID. - However, Verizon counts this as a call from some server phone number, right, and not an actual call from the other person's number? So in that respect, it will not be included under Mobile to Mobile minutes even if they are also on Verizon since it is passing through Google Voice, right? - So I've read that you can put this Google Voice server number in as one of your Friends & Family numbers, and then it will count calls coming from GV as free minutes? However, I also read that this is against Verizon's term of service. So what are you supposed to do? If you don't have the GV server number as one of those numbers, then EVERY call that someone makes to you will be peak minutes, even if they are on Verizon or another F&M number. - So I guess I could just use GV as my voicemail and nothing more, but that totally defeats the purpose of having it. If I use it, I want to use it fully and have my GV number be the number I give out to everyone. Any suggestions?