I'm beginning to wonder whether iSync really means noSync... I've just purchased a Nokia 6021, a Symbian Series 40 phone with the wonderful feature of bluetooth. I'm very excited for the bluetooth functionality, as I've never had the option (nay, the pleasure) to sync my phone with my PB. I didn't really purchase the phone for bluetooth, rather it was an added benefit to a great looking phone, at a great looking price, with the triband functionality I was looking for. My observation: through all my Google-ing and searching of the local MacRumors forum, I haven't found any mention of a Series 40 phone working with a Mac, let alone iSync....something about the phone running SyncML and not mrouter. My only real concern with this total abashment of my new fangled device is the total uselessness of the bluetooth feature, aside from the ability to use a bluetooth headset. BUT I HAVE A BLUETOOTH PHONE AND A BLUETOOTH-ENABLED COMPUTER? Doesn't that entitled me to some sort of connectivity? OR...I'm blind and I'm crazy...and I haven't found a tutorial explaining how to bridge these to birds together. At least to use to phone as a modem..... Any takers???