First let me say Hello. OK, now, I'm a long-time iPhone user. I still have a 1st Generation (edge) iPhone, which I have had since about 6mos. after it was released. In truth, the iPhone 2G has not been a good device for me. I've had lots of problems over the years, and I'm actually on my 3rd device. (1st replaced under warranty, now this one recently stolen from my buddy who upgraded to a iPhone4. Among the list of problems, faulty screen, bad speakers, low call volume, wifi quit working (on 2 units now), and a faulty dock connector. Additionally, the phone has gotten continuously slower, as the firmware has updated, despite each version promising bug fixes and speed increases. The iPhone4 really is a nice damn phone. the screen resolution is incredible and overall, its a well-built piece of equipment, but I just don't feel like another iphone. Why would I want to buy another iphone when my first one(or 2nd, or 3rd...) wasn't good? The iphone was my first smartphone, and I love the features, but I don't want another one after all the problems any more than I want another pontiac after all the headaches my first car gave me. BUUUUUUUUT..... I'm stuck on AT&T. I'm on a corporate account, and don't pay for my phone service, so the iPhone was really the only credible choice when it came to smartphones.... until the Captivate was released. I read the reviews and info and was originally quite impressed. Looked like a good device... something to consider. Then, this past weekend I stopped by an AT&T store with my wife, I looked at the Captivate and was immediately blown away by the screen. I looked at some pictures from my own website (so I know what they should look like), and Damn! They looked really nice. Great color, brightness, and detail. The pixel density of the iPhone is nice, but the SAMOLED on the Galaxy S is really svelte. I loved the shape of the Captivate... felt really good in my hand. So, here I stand, nearly ready to take the plunge, and I have a few burning questions for real-life Captivate owners. 1. GPS Fix.... haha, I'm just kidding, I trust it will get resolved. if not, I have 30 days to return. 1. Corporate accounts - Has anyone purchased through the LetsTalk or Amazon deals, using a corporate at&T account? any hiccups I should expect? 2. Google Voice - I'm thinking with the switch to android, its time to go full-time google... mainly, I want to stop the phone guy at work from bitching about text messages. Is the SMS in Google Voice a good alternative to using AT&T normal SMS? will it work seamlessly? Any other killer features of Google voice I can look forward to? 3. Gmail accounts - does the gmail client allow multiple, separate accounts? I currently use gmail for personal, pop3 for business(but pop really sucks on mobile devices), but I am thinking I will link my pop3 account to a separate gmail account, and then have 2 gmail accounts in my phone. Will this work well with the Captivate? (I want to keep my personal and work email segregated) Or should I just leave the pop account well-enough alone and have it the same as on my iphone. 4. Media playback - for those that have come from iphone, was it a major PITA or just a minor annoyance switching media playback offerings? Did you find any easy way to identify which songs in your library were DRMed (so you can burn/rip, or otherwise strip DRM)? 5. Battery life - my iphone has always gotten me a days worth of moderate use. should I expect the same from the Samsung? I did notice that leaving WiFi ON was a way to conserve battery? Is that for real? on my iphone turning off wifi was almost mandatory to get the full-day of use. Is this just a difference in the networking chipsets, or am I missing some key part of this equation? 6. What will I miss? What about the Captivate will leave me feeling like I am missing something about my iPhone? Thanks.