I'm reading all these threads about battery life being low and fingers being pointed at Push. No correct me if i'm wrong and kindly explain it to me if I am way off, but... Isn't the idea of push technology supposed to save battery life and shouldn't your phone be essentially in stand-by mode(much the same as when you're waiting for a phone call) until such a time that your phone recieves a "call"(for lack of a better term) from the push servers saying "hey I got a message for you. Take it". If that's the case, couldn't we just throw out the notion that Push is causing battery drains? When I have my phone near my speakers, I hear nothing until a push comes throuhg, then I hear a GSM/G3 buzz in my speakers. Otherwise it's always very quiet.