Considering the access Google has to programming genius and all of the brilliant coders out there developing apps and hacks, one thing never ceases to amaze me. The utter lack of any integration between Google Calendar and Google Contacts. You would think that you could just go to a Contact Record and from that record click on a button to create a Calendar Event. A link would then be created so you could easily call, email, message or navigate to the Contact for whom the event was created. But no. You can't. Really, to me, this is remarkable for its lameness. If you want to add email addresses of attendees to a meeting in Google Calendar, you must type them in from memory! There is no button to click which lets you select from a list of your Contacts and have the email control populated automatically. This, my friends, is PATHETIC. Palm did this well 10 years ago. C'mon Google, seriously, what the heck is up with that? P.S., There is just one app that comes close to getting this right, "ContactEvent" and it's free in the Marketplace. Still, that is only half of what the functionality should be.