Hey guys. I received my Nexus One yesterday, and I was wow'd with all the features and openness that it has. This is my first Android smartphone (it's not even close to being worthy of a "superphone" moniker), and I'm migrating from the iPhone. After playing with it for an entire day, I've concluded that it's a great data device, and even the battery does a pretty good job of holding up. However, where it fails is audio. I think that HTC really put the "phone" aspect on the backburner with this phone. I bought it unsubsidized for the full $530 price, and when I tried playing some music through the speakerphone (which I do at night before bed), it sounds HORRIBLE. It's not even bad, it's awful. Anything that comes out of that speaker, whether it a phone call, podcast, or music, it all sounds so flat (no bass, treble, etc.) I'm not expecting a full-fledged stereo here, but honestly, the speakerphone on my mom's Razr sounds better. I read the Engadget review before the phone shipped, and they did say it was "tinny", but I thought "ok, how bad can it really be?" They showed me... What do you guys think? I haven't noticed anyone really talking about this on forums, so I'm guessing either people don't use the speaker or maybe mine is defective, though I doubt that last part. Everything else works ok. Thanks!