Hi, I have been looking forward to upgrading my HTC desire HD OS from 2.2 to 2.3 gingerbread for ages. I checked out the youtube videos of the new OS with 1) 3D-ish app screen 2) new keyboard 3) ultra fast web browsing 4) new live wall papers 5) new copy and paste functionality These youtube demo videos of gingerbread were released around Jan 2011 and the new OS looked fantastic. I was very pleased with the 2.2, but since upgrading to 2.3 on 5 May 2011, I see very little difference at all. In fact if it wasn't for the screen saying i'm operating Android version 2.3.3 I would say I'm still on the old 2.2 os. The only difference I see is that the camera and video recorder now have a zoom function. Which I don't think 2.2 had. I'm on the UK Vodafone network with a Desire HD phone. Could Vodafone have restricted many (all more like it) of the 2.3.3 gingerbread UI upgrades? Or maybe my upgrade didn't work properly? Although there was no error message, just almost no changes I can see at all? I'm really pleased with the Desire HD phone I never thought any phone could be as good as the iphone; but the Desire HD might be even better than it, particulary if Gingerbread worked!! Vodafone are a brilliant network, but I feel short changed cos the Gingerbread upgrade seems absolutely useless. Have I done something wrong and not upgraded properly? Thx.