I upgraded from 1.5 to the "new" 2.1 leak...so far it's snappier, but I've noticed a couple anomolies. I'm hoping that someone here can enlighten me. If I do a fresh reboot then use Advanced Task Killer to kill all the apps that run on startup, I can usually get around 104 MB of free memory. But, for whatever reason, it always seems to trickle down to about 30 to 40 on any given day. I have to run ATK again just to get it back up to around 70 MB free. Is there a memory leak? Or is this caused by random apps running in the background eating memory? There are some, like MP3 Store, Market, and Voice Dialer that seem to run even after I kill them with ATK. They always come back! Grrr! Next question, and kind of an observation...I have a Kia Forte Koup with built in Bluetooth. The Eris syncs up just fine and I can voice dial. I've noticed that others have said that the Eris wouldn't let you voice-dial with Bluetooth, but mine does. It worked with 1.5, too. My question is whether there's a way to increase the volume further...when I had 1.5 I could easily hear calls over bluetooth, but 2.1 is much quieter. I've got the "Bluetooth In-Call Volume" maxed out, and my volume in my car is almost maxed, but it's still quieter than it used to be. Any ideas? Thanks! This forum is great! Regards, Sonny W.