So this is my first post here and I've been wandering and searching for some time now without bothering you. However the new android 2 update changed all that so regarding the update : The new 2.1 update looks and runs better but the main issue is with the camera. It just crashes very frequently. It's like that : I boot the phone, use the camera (maybe lagish*) but ok, then do other stuff, run the camera app again, crash! Even if i clear the memory with Adv. Task Manager it still crashes. It doesn't crash every 2 opens, if i open-close it near boot it doesn't crash (most of the times). Then there is the lagish* thing i parenthesized. When this happens the video preview has low fps count, pictures turn blurred (like huge shutter time but without capturing huge amounts of light) and the video has less fps than normal (like 5), it's like something is hogging the CPU or the camera app is NOT using the CPU it needs. Prior to the update i had the same problem but i used to fix it by changing camera modes while the app was working (from video to photo and vise versa). But now it doesn't fix that way and when it happens it stays that way. After that there is the fact that android 2 supports live wallpapers, which i can now install, but can't select anywhere. What's up with that?!? Also searching for it and out of the blue irrelevant question but is there an app or setting, or whatever that can make the Hero work as a router? I'm pretty sure there is something like that in order to connect the phone with a computer and by using 3G networks provide internet access to that computer, but i have no idea how it is done. I want this mainly to connect with other wiffi phones using the ftp server app but without the use of an external wireless router. Essentially the phone itself would be the router, providing ips and all, like routers do, then the ftp sever could start a server using the address assigned to the phone by the router app and wouldn't need an external router that way. Prior to the update this used to be the fastest and most compatible way to share files though different platform phones. However, the fully functional BT stack now changes some things in ways of practicality, still wiffi remains allot faster. Sorry for the long post, I've tried to be as thorough as possible.