Lots of posts on how to download the Nexus One update before the OTA option (scheduled for the end of the week) and lots of posts on the joys of Multi-Touch. Then there's Native Google Goggles and an updated maps feature. I understand the interest in each of these, but personally I'm willing to wait a week for the OTA installation, don't care at all about Multi-Touch (as it doesn't strike me as that difficult to hold down a "+" or "-" icon with a single touch), don't care about Google Goggles (because I don't understand the purpose other than to say, "cool," which I'm sure it is), and think that the beta Google Maps works just fine. I'm more interested in what else the update might include. Improving 3G connectivity and speed (sometimes mentioned) strikes me as important, but is there anything else? Native support for Calendars in Microsoft Exchange would be great, for example. Bluetooth voice dial would be great too, as would an option to use Bluetooth and Wifi simultaneously. So would control over the hard switches, allowing answering the phone by pressing the top, volume, or scroll control, e.g. (Also, though admittedly in the toy category, better native control over the camera would be good too--allowing a screen tap to snap the photo or an in-camera saturation control.) Any of these included? Anything else?