I am looking into getting a smartphone soon and I'm really liking the LG Ally. I have use many LG phones in the past and currently have the LG Voyager and I LOVE it. I do have 2 concerns, however. My biggest concern is the internal memory. The reason I'm getting a smartphone is mainly for the apps. I have been checking out apps on androlib.com and have noticed that not all of them are able to be put on a memory card. I am concerned that the small internal memory of the Ally would limit the amount of apps I could use that are not able to be put on a SD card. I've read mixed things about being able to put the apps on the SD card, some saying "yes you can" some saying "no you can't" and some saying "you can but you have to do crazy stuff to your phone first." I want to avoid rooting my phone if at all possible, it's just not something I'm comfortable with doing. I know that the phone has limited internal memory but I need to know if it's going to be to the point where it will not do what I am buying it to do. I have no idea how much memory these apps take up (I've heard some people say hardly any and other say that they can't use certain apps because it takes up all their memory). Also, I am concerned about the slower processer speeds. I don't mind if the device runs a little slower than the higher end phones as long as it isn't anything too distracting. Again, I'll be running a lot of apps (and games) on it so I need to make sure it does what I need it to do. The other phones I am considering are the Samsung Fascinate and the Droid 2. Due to my work I have to buy the phones at full retail price in order to make use of my employee discount, though, so the HUGE price difference between these phones and the Ally is daunting. I have no problem getting the Ally as long as it does what I need it to do. If you have any advice or info for me that'd be great. Thanks!!!!