Hi guys, this is my first post here. I just got my CLIQ and I am learning everything, slowly but surely. However, there are some issues I am running into already. 1) Copying MP3's was easy enough, but there is a problem. I installed a new 16gb microSD card and unmounted the old one properly. I copied all of my music (from one folder) manually using drag & drop in Windows Explorer first, then allowed Windows Media Player 11 to sync fully. There are now duplicates of almost every song on the CLIQ. Why does this happen?? Is there a problem with WMP not recognizing that there is already a song in my phone, or is there a problem with the CLIQ? Either way, it's pretty sad that something like this could even be an issue. I have formatted my SD card and am now allowing WMP to sync without copying anything over. I just hope that the next time I connect the CLIQ to my PC that it doesn't start blindly copying all my songs to the phone again. 2) My contacts list doesn't default to my Tmobile group. Is it really that hard to allow us to default to ONLY Tmobile contacts? I don't have phone numbers for all of my MySpace/Facebook contacts, so these contacts are basically a waste of space which make navigating my contacts list much more difficult. Can anyone add a hack/app that allows us to choose a default list of people who appear in our contact lists? 3) When dialing someone who only has ONE phone number, it seems redundant to have to press the Phone Dial button, then press the Contacts button, then press the person's name who you want to call, then have to press the phone number that is saved in the phone. What else would I press? There's only one number! These "smart" phones are supposed to make our lives easier. It gets hard to remember that when we have to take so many completely unnecessary steps just to make a phone call. Sorry if this sounds like a rant, but this is my first new smart phone and I was expecting a lot more. So far I can completely understand why so many people are hesitant to get on the smart phone bandwagon. Unfortunately, most of these issues just seems to be simple oversight on behalf of the developers. I'm not trying to criticize, but I have a feeling that even if these issues are valid, it will be a year before anyone decides to actually fix them.