I too found it far too easy to Autodial 911 with an accidental swipe of the finger. A few verification key(finger)strokes would not add significantly to the effort to call 911 (you have to press THREE keys plus the call button if your phone is not locked!) My first 911 call happened within about 40 minutes of receiving the phone. They asked what my emergency was and I said that I needed a fix to a phone with a REALLY STUPID emergency call feature. My son tripped the autocall 'feature' again an hour later by unlocking the phone while he was opening the keyboard. How about this for an idea - replace the stupid, draw a random squiggle with almost no memory association tied to it, 911 calling passsquiggle app with a dialpad that you can enter numbers on. If you want 911, punch 911 and hit the call button. anything else, use for password entry. Sure, it's not as secure as an alphanumeric password, but it would be more secure than the much fewer passquiggle possiblilities provided by the passsquiggle app. I wish there was a decent locking app to use! I tried Lock 2.0, and don't like the fact that simply turning the phone off and back on disables it. I would use the passsqiggle app, but the risk of dialing 911 by accident is too high for my tastes. So until it is made harder to autodial 911, or a real security app comes out, I will leave my phone unsecured, and trust in remote wiping should I lose it.