I am newbie here with brand new Motorola Droid 2 (with Android 2.2) on Verizon. My wife has the same as well. As we know Google's calendar sync with Outlook only syncs the single main outlook calendar to a single google calendar. What we are looking for is way to keep multiple different sub-folder calendars (my work, her work, our family) under our home MS-Outlook (not Exchange) synced with multiple Google calendars, and to each of Droid phones. What we want to be able to do, at a minimum is to sync from home MS-Outlook with multiple sub-folder calenders (e.g., Husband-work calendar, wife-work-calendar, family-calendar), and different gmail calendar accounts (husband-gmail; wife-gmail), and our Droid2 phones (husband-droid, wife-droid). Now ideally we would ALSO be able to sync my work outlook exchange. So I have been through lots of thread here, and a few other places around the 'net. Below is a list of software I have found that do Outlook-Sync related functions. Is there any consensus on which one or ones works best? Any reports as to which are complete losers? BestSync Companionlink & dejaoffice GoContact Sync gSyncit MissingSync & Fliq Moxier Mail Pimlical Sync2 - Synchronize Microsoft Outlook on multiple PCs without a server. Sync Outlook and Google Calendar and Contacts. (also a nice features table compare to their related products) SyncCell - Product Features Touchdown I know thanks to their being a sponsor CompanionLink gets a lot of attention here. I am espeecially intrigued, for my purposes per abouve, by Sync2 and (to a lesser extent) SyncCell. both of which are the leaders in download popularity over at the downloads.com. Again any actual experience? Consensus? Winners? Duds? Thanks in advance.