When I'm home and Wi-Fi is active, I assume that email and app loading and web browsing are all done with no data usage involved... correct? And so the only time I'm accumulating data usage should be when I'm out of the house, right? But 3G Watchdog (also confirmed by AT+T's Data Usage reporting) indicates multiple megs of data usage when I'm home and well within Wi-Fi range. I also notice that when I turn on the screen, at first I see the 3G symbol at the top and then a few seconds later, the Wi-Fi symbol turns on and the 3G symbol turns off... suggesting that when you turn the screen off, you've turned the Wi-Fi off, as well and it stays off until you reactivate the screen... which, odd as it seems, would explain data usage when I'm home and the phone is periodically checking and downloading email. Is that what's happening? Why would the Captivate kill Wi-Fi simply because the screen is turned off?