Just thought I'd share this with you guys since I've been reading these forums alot since getting my new Vibrant this past week. Yamb is a program I've been using to be able to change the .mov container of videos to .mp4. Basically, what I use it for is to download movie trailers off the iTunes store, and make them compatible to watch through my PS3 (or Xbox 360) on my 50" HDTV and my surround sound system. You can convert 720p or 1080p trailers to watch on your HDTV with absolutely no loss of video quality or audio quality. Not to mention the conversion process usually lasts anywhere from 5 to 10 seconds. Now, what do movie trailers have to do with my Samsung Vibrant 720p videos I recorded you may ask? Well, this same program makes your .3gp videos (the format the Vibrant records in) compatible to watch on your TV, via your PS3 or Xbox 360. First of course you install the program. Transfer your recorded videos onto your computer. Open the program, find the location of your video, convert it. Simple as that. I've been using this program for a while and noticed the recorded videos where in .3gp format. So I gave it a shot, and BAM! It worked flawlessly. What's even more impressive is to see that same quality you see on your phone screen on your big ass tv. This is great for those moments you say "Look what I got on video!!!" and are able to save it indefinately. Hope you guys try it out and would like to hear what you think. Thanks!! Edit: When I have time I time this coming weekend I will make it a bit more user friendly to do. I will post step by step pics of the process. It's extremely simple once you convert just one video. But will be alot clearer. I'm REALLY hoping an Admin can sticky my thread once I do so it doesn't fall to page 100 and this feature is missed by many.