Took delivery of my new HTC Desire yesterday and as a first impression, I like it, just a lot to get used to! My first question that springs to mind, is that whilst a conversation view is handy and can see the benefit, is there any way to turn it OFF and instead have a standing SMS Inbox style, each received message having it's own entry so you can just open and view it? (like SMS inboxes on most normal phones?). and my Second questions .. I have it set so the LED flashes if I've had a message when away from the phone (handy when on silent), BUT, when the charger is plugged in the orange LED is lit, and the LED doesn't flash, so you have no idea there's a message/notification there waiting for you, unless you keep pressing the power button to check, which isn't ideal as it can get a bit OCD "have a got a new message ... no ... what about now ... no .. oooo now?" and so on .. so not sure if there's a setting I've missed, or if thats just the normal behaviour when it's plugged in charging! EDITED ... Rather than bump the topic, just editing my original post. Since posting the above and having used the phone now for some three months, and having gotten used to the new way of conversation view in SMS messages. Simply put - I love it now and I can totally see the logic behind it, makes viewing entire conversations with the same person easily and I would not want to go back to the old way of one message in one view (the old school way!) Just shows, you can teach an old dog new tricks and I can see why manufacturers have taken this route.