Ok, I think HTC's clock widget looks great, but I couldn't have been more unhappy with the choice it left me of just 5 very rude alarm tones, and no option to go and browse my storage for mp3s. So, in the course of looking to remedy this, someone told me to set up this file structure on my SD card: sdcard/media/audio/ ringtones notifications alarms and then I would have to copy my files from my music folder into say /alarms. Well, here is the problem - it leaves you with duplicate mp3s taking up space on your SD card! I tried moving shortcuts to these folders instead, but found that Android doesn't see them - well, how's that for wasteful? Next, I went to the Markeplace and took a look at one of the top-rated alarm apps, Alarm Clock PlusV2. I was about to install it, when I saw the following access warnings: Network Communication Phone Calls System Tools. I'm thinking well of course almost any app needs access to system files, and they will all use the network to try and foist their updates on you when they eventually go adware-supported, but why in hell would an alarm clock app need to know anything about my phone calls? I won't be installing that one until I understand that one. Your comments on any of the above are appreciated.