Hi, all. I'm an iPhone user in NYC who is fed up with AT&T. The last straw was last night when the network couldn't handle a call to 911 --- while I had 5 bars on my phone! Anyway. . . I'm seriously considering the EVO. It's sold out everywhere, but I had a chance to play with one at a Sprint store today. I'm new to Android, and was very impressed with the interface. I downloaded the NY Times app to see how it would render. Before downloading, I saw a screen that said, "This app will have the following permissions" (or something along those lines). And when I looked closer, I saw that the app actually has a lot of potential control over the phone's features. Is this typical? As an iPhone user, I've never been notified about what permissions an app has (besides location-based apps). Is this simply a matter of "don't download an app from an untrusted source?" Am I being too big-brother about the whole thing? Or is there a way to control how much reach an app has into the guts of your phone? Thanks to any and all for feedback!