Although the promise of an Android phone is still exciting to me, I have to admit my first experience is leaving me less enthused..... I was finally able to do the magic 15 second driver install and got 184.108.40.206 installed without any seeming issues. Since then it's been a long road... 1. The phone overclocks at 610, but definitely is unstable at 710. 2. I get constant FC messages. In accordance with a posting I found somewhere I got MinFreeManager and changed the defaults to: Foreground 8 Visible 10 Secondary 12 Hidden 24 Content 26 Empty 24 and that seemed to help. I also am using ADW, and wiping the Launcher.apk in /system/app seemed to help. But it's still a problem. 3. Audio and Bluetooth are problematic. I wiped the default Music.apk and tried Meridian which does seem to deal with the headphone bug. But mysteriously Meridian often plays one or two songs and then just stops. And Bluetooth A2DP is erratic and full of gaps. 4. All of these would be surmountable if it actually worked consistently as a phone, and that's were things that getting bad. - Sometimes it never rings, I just get a missed call message. - When it does ring, the actually ringing starts about 10 seconds after the Incoming Call screen, giving me little time to answer. - Hitting the dial key often takes 20 seconds for the dialer to launch. - Bluetooth call answer just doesn't seem to work if the phone is doing something (like playing music). I "pick up" the phone via bluetooth and nothing happens. And the autoanswer program doesn't seem to work either. I'm not an android expert, but it seems like the priority of the phone application is just too low. I pretty much instantly went to 220.127.116.11 upon getting the phone, is it worth going back to 1.5??? (I would definitely miss Navigation, but I want a usable phone too) Any other advice? I fell like I keep on getting closer and closer but never quite getting there. At the very least I'd like something that matches my previous freebe phone (a SE TM506 which had working A2DP, 3g data, and worked as a phone!), but it seems like this phone COULD be so much more.