With being a wireless industry professional for 15 years now, I have come across many different types of devices, OS's, just about it all. I wanted to love Windows mobile - couldnt take the constant crashing. I wanted to love the Palm 650 - well, I wont even go into that... I gave Symbian (Nokia E61) about a minute with good intentions before I was bored... I loved my BlackBerry for years - feel like they are old school now... I would never use AT&T again, so the iPhone is out - love my iPod Touch though. Having just gotten my first Android device, I can honestly say that while I am very impressed with the OS and its capabilities, I long to understand some of the things left out of ANY of these operating systems....here are a few that I would like to understand if will be part of future releases: *Spell Checker - Seriously? This is so early 2000's. *The choice to actually EXIT an application - not just leaving it running in the background....I like multi-tasking just as much as the next guy, but shouldnt we be able to do this without adding Task Killers and scrolling through menu's to force close apps? *Battery Life - is someone going to figure this out anytime soon? I would think the person responsible would be like a multi-gagillionairre... *Enterprise Support out of the box....companies express to me daily that they dont want to invest in extra software anymore - they expect things to come with out of the box support - I would expect that in the 2.0 release that more inherent enterprise support would only grow user adoption.. Just a few immediate thoughts - what are your thoughts?