Rogers and HTC know they should be doing the upgrades.. period. This "1.5 offers terrific user experience" is nothing but PR-speak crap. I'm almost insulted when I hear that. We are being fed lies - you would have to be completely oblivious as to not know how a smart-phone upgrade cycle should work for it to offer "terrfic user experience". Let me give you a hint Mary, it isn't "terrifc" when I have to root my phone because apps coming out will no longer run on my device (including Google's own). Never mind that we still have yet to get paid apps ..but that's another whole mess. As a user, and developer of the platform, I'm very angered at the Mickey-mouse operation being run by Rogers. It all comes down to costs. Rogers' Android users are probably a small fraction of their smartphone customers and they just don't want to pay for this "testing/support" costs. HTC might not even want to release a non-Google branded version because Rogers probably has to foot part of the bill and we ofcourse are no iPhone users in size. Bottom line is we are second class citizens as far as Rogers is concerned. What I would like to know is what Google will do about this whole mess? Their beloved platform is catching a whole bunch of dirt over this issue and making Apple's offering look better. PS. Remove your useless bloody Rogers "icons" from my phone!