My contract runs out next month and I am going to get a new phone when I renew. I am currently using a Win Mobile phone and want to make sure I don't loose important (to me) functionality. My e-mail is on a company IMAP server. I use Exchange as my client and use the contacts (3000+) and calendar heavily. I am sure these are the easy things. Other functions important to my work: - I have a password keeper that syncs with my desktop. - I have a time keeper that syncs with my desktop. - I sync with some folders on my desktop that contain hundreds of documents. (pdf manuals, text & word docs, pictures of component and connector pinouts, and other general reference material) - I sync a bunch if Internet favorites. - A financial calculator/amortization app that syncs with my desktop. - Some in house written IP apps for configuring network devices. (These will have to be rewritten. I am a hardware/software developer and looking at the Droid as a potential new market.) There are a few other things like some games, some Bible software etc... Obviously I am going to have to change some stuff. I went through the same thing when I went from my Palm OS phone the WM. I see a lot about cool weather apps, things that make fart sounds, but not much about syncing with a PC. Right now when I am going to a customer I just grab the manuals (PDF) off the server and drop them in my desktop folder. 10 seconds later they are on my phone. When I get back my time and materials info from my time keeper is on my desktop and I just cut and paste into my work log so the customer gets billed. I just want to keep that painless functionality. Is there any hope?