... for phones without a proximity sensor. I'm one of those people plagued with unintentional hangers and such while on a call from ear and cheek contact. I've been using the 'proximity sensor' app, which Is way better than nothing but still far from Ideal. It takes several seconds to lock the screen, during which time my ear can still do bad things. It doesn't work well In low light. It sometimes doesn't work at all in bright sunlight. And using the keypad, like during an automated menu, can be awkward is the prop sensor keeps flipping from locked to unlocked and back. Not dissing the app writer... fantastic idea implemented about as well as possible given the hardware (HTC hero). So here's the idea, first proposed by another poster on this forum, burried in another thread, and not given the attention it deserves... When a call Is Initiated or answered with the call button, immediately swap the screen to one with only a few sliders and nothing else. One, perhaps on the bottom, to hang up. Another to bring up the keypad, and another to bring up the default phone screen so that you can get to the home screen, start a three way call, etc. Also, when another call comes In when you are already on the phone, the pulldown statusbar needs to be disabled. Instead, it would be nice if one of the spiders changed to 'swap' of If an additional slider popped up with that option. This app needs to be fast... fast to take over the Instant a call is In progress, and fast to go away as soon as the call ends. Please, someone? Markww?