As somebody one these forums already mentioned, all the new phones seem to come without a trackpad. Only this morning I was using my Desire to edit a word document in Docs to Go, and I consciously appreciated the ability to navigate within the document with the trackpad, and it made me wonder whether I should keep hold of the Desire just because of this particular functionality, as I value it highly. But I would sorely love to sample some quad core goodness at some point. I'm wondering why the android keyboard doesn't have cursor arrows incorporated, as they are conspicuous by their absence. It would be great if google devs incorporated this fundamental functionality into the primary text input interface, but how likely is it that they would listen to user requests for such a feature? (I know that for 2 years users have been pleading for google to add a bookmarks sidebar to Chrome, to no avail... not even a response, that I can find) Maybe with larger screens, it would be easier to accurately place the cursor with the tip of the finger, but I'm not convinced.