For the last 3 years I have been using an iPhone, and for some reason I decided that I wanted to delve into the Android scene. So after a few hours research I opted to take out a HTC Desire, and if I don't like it I can return it in 14 days. The reason I chose to switch to Android is because of the thing I keep hearing, "more control than an iPhone". I have been playing with it all day and night, and I still can't understand where this is coming from? What can I do that gives me more "control"? I am really liking the phone as a whole, the Widgets and Notifications being my favourites, as well as it seamlessly linking with my Facebook account. It is a fast phone, but I was expecpting it to be much faster from all the hype. I find it just lags a little bit sometimes compared to my iPhone 3G. Although applications that are running in the background open very fast, like they should. The Calender app isn't to good, compared to my iPhone it really isn't very good at all, and Google Calender is shocking in my opinion! This is an App I use frequently for my due in dates, but just find it abit fiddly to use. I am impressed with the screen quality, thats pretty exceptional. The UI just doesn't quite cut it for me though. For example, when adding a Program to one of the Homescreens, on some of them the whole name doesn't fit, for example "beebPlayer" appears as "beebPlaye", and also the fact some program names don't start with a capital letter. I know they are stupid things but it just doesn't make it a good experience to me. I have another 13 days with a chance to keep it, so please tell me some stuff to do on it, and make me want to keep it. I don't mind "Rooting" it if it will make the experience better. One more thing, I have a MobileMe account from Apple, is there anyway to link this to my Desire, so contacts that are added backup to my account, and calender entries etc etc?