Motorola Milestone user here. I posted this yesterday in the appropriate section, but I figured this issue might apply to other phones as well. Sorry for the lenght but I thought I'd cover all bases... Anyway here's what happens when I charge my phone overnight. Let's say my battery is at 80%: 1. Turn off Wifi 2. All tasks killed except for Alarm Clock. Sometimes I run the Music Player but it doesn't make a difference with the battery drain issue whether I use it or not. 3. Background data is not enabled 4. The "Stay Awake" (Screen will never sleep while charging) option in the "Applications" menu is NOT CHECKED 5. Auto-brightness is not selected, and brightness is set at the lowest level. 6. Data Roaming (connect to data services when roaming) is not selected 7. Bluetooth not on 8. Charge the phone - I see the animated lightning bolt icon 9. Press the "sleep" button for the screen, or, allow it to naturally go dark after 30s So, I wake up and see the following: 1. Battery down from 80% to 70% 2. Corporate Calendar is listed as a task when I run Advanced Task Tiller. I don't know why this appears. It's not running, though. I haven't even set it up. If I ever click on the icon I'm asked for Exchange Server info, so it's not even active. This is a side issue, but annoying. Same goes for the new Yahoo Mail app but I don't seem to be able to adjust settings for these. 3. Major battery use stats are something like 66% Display, 24% Android System. 4. After unplugging and letting the phone sit for an hour while I wake up and get ready for work, the major battery use categories are Phone Idle and Cell Standby (as expected). What's going on here? If I could resolve this issue I would be happy with my phone, but this is riduculous. I can't even use a docking station for fear of my phone draining overnight WHILE CHARGING!! Other tidbits to factor in: 1. I have an Otterbox hard case, but whether I take it off or not makes no difference. I thought something might be pressing a button on its own but this doesn't appear to be the case. 2. "Use Only 2G networks" NOT selected. It says this saves the battery but it appears that "Display" is my biggest problem anyway.