I know there are a ton of handcent threads, but most just say they use it and like it. I also like Handcent and use it, but I have a quick question. Does anyone feel Handcent uses battery more than it should? I know that when you receive a text, both Handcent and the stock messenger receive it. I have done all the necessary steps to stop the stock from being the default and stuff, but it still seems to me that if both are being used for receiving and sending texts, are we getting a double hit on battery??? My battery can sit around 98% for hours in the morning at work with a bad connection and as soon as I get 1 text, it starts to drop very quickly. Is this taking a double toll on battery life by both messengers sending and receiving??