I have definitely read all of the information on these forums on how Android OS and the Hero manage applications and memory. I rarely use my task killer except in a certain manner, and I just wonder if it is a good way to do so... I really only use it right after I reboot my phone. I will power up task killer and kill apps that I know I will NOT be using anytime in the near future, such as NFL Mobile, Pandora, Sprint Nav, Facebook, and whatever other apps I know are not essential to my daily use. Is this good/bad/ or neutral to the phone? I figured if I kill apps that aren't being used, it is good because then they don't run-get killed-and use battery power to launch them again. Other than that I almost never really use the task killer. Any experts out there have any opinion on this?