I wanted to take a moment to thank Rob and those in charge for creating a great Android community. From my experience, mostly in the Incredible forums here, most everyone is cordial and helpful here. I check AF several times per day for new posts and to try to contribute to others that have questions as well. When I go to XDA it is ALWAYS to look for something. It is never for enjoyment. It's obvious to me that XDA is filled with developers. AF may have as many developers, but you would never know it. What I mean is the developers here are not as "put off" by "silly" questions as they seem to be at XDA. I'd venture to say that many of the developers at XDA are on AF as well, but it's the community here, set by Rob, enforced by the guides and mods that make it a much more enjoyable place to come and spend time. I do have one question though, why does XDA put a limit on how many times you can use the search feature and AF doesn't. If you try to use search at XDA it will only allow you to do so once every 30 seconds or minute? It seems to me that that policy is counter productive. More than once I've been there looking for something and not gotten what I was looking for the 1st try and went back to try to search similar things differently worded only to see the message you must wait xx amount of seconds to use the search feature again. AF does not do that, and it's much easier to search and find what I need here than there. Thanks for reading my rant.