Hi all, New here, and fairly new to Android. I am however far from new to Windows Mobile, have been using and writing apps for it since back in the old Casio Cassiopeia days (about 1996). So you can imagine I'm pretty entrenched with the CE way. I currently have a HTC HD2 phone - I have all the apps I need for it and I have everything how I like on it. I use Outlook for my many email accounts and contact lists and they sync up easily. Life is good! But, obviously there is little future in the platform. Phone 7 is out, and I"ll look at that, but it's all new. My apps won't work. It looks different (and I can't get myself to like the look). So I need to fairly evaluate the market. I really don't like Apple. So that's that. (almost fairly evaluate) I try Android on my HD2. It runs well, all as it should. But I have some sticking points you guys might be able to help with. (1) Outlook contacts/calendar/tasks - can't sync - I do have a gmail account, which hooks up all my email accounts for rare times I need it but it's for emergency use only. I need to sync that stuff on my phone... (2) Facebook - my Android contact list is full of my Facebook contacts, I don't want that. (3) Media - I use Windows Media Player to put music on the phone, often the files are WMA's - it seems Android won't play these? (4) Is there a decent turn by turn navigation app like my TomTom WM app? (5) Android seems to hammer my mobile data plan. I never run into my cap but in a few days of Android I get a warning SMS from my provider that I'm at 90% of limit - is this normal? Will I need a huge data plan? There's other stuff but these are the show stoppers. I don't mind buying apps but until I commit I don't want to spend too much, you know? Thanks if you bothered to read this far Scott.