I'm hoping to get an Android Phone soon, moving from WinMO. So I'm used to being able to sync music from Windows Media Player, or a third party app such as J River Media. And I'm used to being able to browse my files, and save CAB files to a sepcific directory on my memory card. And I have a program that will reinstall the appls I select as default apps whenever I do a hard reset. From some of the threads I've been browsing here, I have become a bit confused about how this process works wiht Android. I get the impression that I have to hook up to the Android Market with the phone, (at least if I want a complete view of apps availabe) and download them that way., as opposed to being able to download ot my PC and save there, copy to a 'cab folder' (that is, Android's equivalent). I've seen some posts that give me the impression that reinstalling apps after a hard reset is not straight forward. Have to download again, for example, which I presume means no capability or app available to auto reinstall apps. Makes hard resets much worse thant the old 'outdated' WinMO. I saw one post by someone that was having difficulty re-downloading all their previous apps. One of the suggestions was "Browse the market, you'll eventually remember all your apps". On one thread I saw something about ringtones get added to the music (music app just scans the card for ALL audio files or something like that), which means if I have an app that plays random music (I presume/hope there is a way to do that), so then all of a sudden you are playing your ringtones while listening to music. Also re: music, some having problems with tags downloading. Am I just reading the wrong threads or misinterpreting things? Interested in your comments. If there is a "getting started" set of threads or site, maybe you can point me to that. Irrespective of how this topic goes, I am anxious to get the new Samsung from AT&T.