Ok, I've had the device for a few days now; its Orange branded and I've not yet rooted it as I'm not sure if I'll be returning it yet. I've come from a Touch HD and have had winmo phones for the past 5 years or so; so I know the limitations & quirks of winmo quite well. At this stage I'm struggling a little with the Desire & Android and I'd like some assistance if you don't mind. Things I'm struggling with: 1) Email App (HTC App) - I use Exchange primarily and the app works ok, but there are some large annoyances, not least is that the folder management sucks; the folder list doesn't expand out like a tree as I'm used to, but is rather a long list; on my device this means I've a list of over 20 folders, many of which I don't often use, but do serve a purpose (or I'd remove them). I could live with this, BUT, the app doesn't tell me if there are unread emails in any of these folders until I select them and then it grabs the mail from exchange. It's only doing a constant pull for the main inbox it seems. Is there a setting for this? Can I get an unread count on the folder list? Is there a better app for this? 2) App organisation - Its a monolithic list... is there a way of getting it to sort into categories; games, apps, etc like market place? I can only seem to make folders on Homescreens, and thats quite limiting.. 3) Speaking of homescreens - Only 5 home screens!?!?! How can I increase this default? I've a lot of widgets I'd like to use and because of the grid layout of the homescreen and the limited number of homescreens available I can't have everything available as I would like it - 5 screens on winmo sense wouldn't even get you to the internet tab! 4) Messaging app - an annoyance really, but if I'm reading a txt, and hit the home button, use an app or so and another txt comes in from a different contact, when I press the Messaging icon it takes me to the old txt thread, I have to press back and then enter the new message thread... clunky! I appreciate Android is a young OS and these issues are primarily app related, so I'd appreciate any sage advice you may have on alternate apps or approaches that may smooth out this transition a little. Thanks.