We've seen an incredible rate of development over the last 2 years with these devices, what do you think the future holds? I mean, I converted from Nokias and the Symbian platform and now I take many features for granted on my HTC Desire, things like Touch Screen Voice Commands Scanners Apps/Market culture Unlimited ringtones Email to phone simply Social media Youtube Films And probably many more... I know some of these features were available a few years ago, but on an N86 it was hard work to get it set up and working reliably. Stuff "just works" on Android. It's awesome. So where do we see it all going? We have all heard about using our phones to pay, I'm looking forward to seeing how that pans out. Basically negating the need for credit cards and cash.... Interesting. What about technology that recognises its user. The phone would only work if held by it's owner. It would certainly reduce phone related crime. Why steal a phone that wont work and is of no value to anyone else? Can anyone think of anything else that would be cool? No matter how out there it may seem at the moment, who knows, it might be the norm in 2 years Holographic projections anyone?