Hey guys, I just posted this exact same question in the Verizon section and found out that I can't do what I need, so I'm asking the same thing here. I've been waiting for a good Android phone for some time now, and it's starting to look we're only a month away from 1 or 2 big releases. (obviously that was Verizon phones) So here's what I need to know. I spend a lot of time in my car every day. I'm looking to use the Android phone as a full blown phone/gps/media center. I'd like to mount the phone in the car, fire up some MP3's, get my Google GPS going, and then make phone calls while this is all happening with everything working together. So when a call is placed or received, the MP3 should instantly pause, the GPS should continue to work as normal and then the MP3 should return to playing where it left off when the call ends. To me this sounds so basic, but I've learned that things aren't always this simple. My two big concerns are the phones ability to multitask and Verizon's network being able to handle voice/data at the same time. Looks like I was right about the second issue...so can AT&T's phones do this? Also debating jailbreaking an iPhone if it's possible. Thanks for any input.