Hey guys(and gals)...I have officially had my captivate for 5 days and I have a serious crush on the phone but I have a few questions for the pros(you guys) about a few things. Maybe you can help me out. I sure would appreciate it. 1st..The reason why I decided to post this thread in the first place was because I woke up this morning to a phone that would not turn on plugged in or un-plugged. I could not get it to wake up or turn on until I pulled the battery and tried it again. It seemed to have a few hiccups starting up but has been running fine ever since. Any ideas what that was about? Is that worth bringing to at&t's attention while still within my 30 days? That leads to my next question. Only 5 days in to my warranty with at&t. Exactly how paranoid about problems should I be within those days? I read the at&t book and it told me to charge the battery fully while the Samsung one(that I downloaded later like the rest of you) told me to run it down all the way like I am used to doing. Is there a possibility I severely hurt the performance of the battery out of the box by doing what the at&t manual said? Is that not that big of a deal? 3rd. Also a question regarding my warranty. I am very interested in rooting the phone. I am not a genius, but I would consider myself smart enough to do a proper job. Is rooting something I would want to do while I was still within my 30 days so I have some back up? Will rooting make it impossible for me to "un-root" and return and replace in the 30 day period? And if I do decide to root, is there someone that can explain the benefits and additional applications or a site or forum post that can do the same? Wow, what a load of questions. And I am sure I have a few more. So much for a few or a couple. Thank you very much for taking the time to listen to my crap and help an android newb out. It has very quickly become a very large part of my life because of the illness I am suffering from and I cannot afford replacing it so I want to make sure I cover my butt. Anyways...thanks again.