Hola. I'm so torn as to what I should do and there are obviously a lot of different ways to do it, and I know I can't be alone... so I thought maybe someone here would have an idea. I need a wireless phone (preferably Sprint because I have been referred to SERO)... I like gadgety phones, yes, but more important than that is durability and aesthetics. I tried AT&T for two weeks and I was just consistently disappointed with their service in my city and surrounding area (Omaha, NE), and their minute plans would end up costing me more than twice what Sprint would with SERO over the course of the two-year contract. I also need a PIM/PDA of some sort. This might be a part of the iPod touch, or might be a part of my phone, but I need it somewhere. I've used Palm OS for years and I like it except that it is SO old and ugly compared to even WinMo, let alone OS X on the iPhone/iPod touch. I like Treos fine but I just don't text message THAT much to justify a keyboard (though again with SERO I'll have unlim text so maybe I would in a year). I am hesitant to get anything Microsoft-based. I basically just need something with a calendar with an "events" view and a "day" view, possibly a "week" view, that I can add, edit, and delete events on. I don't need alarms, just something to refer to. I am seriously ADD with a terrible memory, plus I often overcommit myself to people, groups, school, work, etc. My two weeks with a Treo on AT&T in August proved to me that the Treo calendar was a GODSEND. So I really would like that. I also really love the iPod touch and the non-AT&T parts of the iPhone. For many obvious reasons. My issue is that I dumped AT&T because it was so bad, and I was hoping for the iPod touch.. then it comes out, and Apple has crippled it! Which means I either will have to carry 3 devices (separate phone, PIM/PDA, and iPod touch which is like half of a PDA), or 2 devices (but the PIM/PDA functions will have to be in the phone--which means I have to buy a Treo, Blackberry, Series60, or WinMo device for any decent calendar). There's no Series60 phones for Sprint, and as I said I'm hesitant about any Microsoft products. I also do not want to have to pay crazy Blackberry plans, and I don't really like their UI. So that leaves me with buying another Treo, except on Sprint... but I don't want to spend $300 on a Treo and $400 on an iPod touch and have half of an iPod in the Treo and half of a PIM/PDA in the iPod, and have neither of them totally meet my needs!!! WTF. Thanks for reading my rantyness, btw.