Has anyone succeeded in getting the Moment into any kind of bootloader state that allows flashing of ROM? I run Linux, so the New PC Studio won't run that way. I loaded XP into a VMware Player instance and hooked up the phone, and New PC Studio downloaded an update for the phone (CJ06 - the phone is running CJ05 out of the box). Then it set the phone into "update mode" and the USB connectivity died. VMware Player didn't see the device at all, so XP couldn't use it, so the update didn't work. `lsusb` hangs on my Linux box until I disconnect the phone. Upon reconnection, it still does nothing. `fastboot devices` shows nothing when the phone is in that mode. I was able to reboot the phone by disconnecting from USB and taking out the battery. So apparently it's some sort of software trigger to get the phone into the proper mode for flashing and the fact that I'm running Windows in a VM isn't helping any of that. I do have what looks like the two files it downloaded - one is a .tar file that I haven't expanded/looked at yet (but it's got CJ05 in the filename instead of CJ06), and the other is called SS_DL.dll and might be what New PC Studio uses to actually perform the flashing activity. The "product" is "SPH-M900" for the DLL file, so it's definitely specifically for the Moment. I really should install Windows on another partition rather than in a VM to test this, but for those of you who run Windows as a primary OS and have New PC Studio installed, hopefully this helps at least a little bit.