I've been following developments surrounding the 3G phone for some time, and I'm on the fence at the moment. So I'm looking for that last push - I need some encouragement to go from two devices (old Nokia 'candy-bar' phone and 30gig iPod 5g) in my front pocket down to just one. I have two questions/issues that I haven't seen answers to here or elsewhere, and I was hoping for some resolution, just to make sure I have things clear before I jump in. 1) I believe I have this correct: for the iPhone, regardless of device or software update level, there are no more than [Edit:] two 'profile' options available: 'default', and silent. And while you can set different options to each of those profiles [Edit: only default/'Ring' is fully customizable], there is no means at this time (for non-jailbroken phones) to expand beyond those [Edit:] two total profiles. This would mean that if I wanted to have a 'Desk' profile (moderate volume ringtone, no alerts for e-mails - since I'm sitting at my computer already), an 'Out of Office' profile (louder ringtone, alerts back on for e-mail), a 'Pocketed' profile (extra-loud ringtone, extra loud alert tone), a 'Meeting' profile, etc., etc. -- there is no way that an iPhone could accommodate me today. This seems remarkably backwards...my ancient Nokia phone (and the two I had before it) could do multiple profiles, all of which could be selected by holding down a button for a given period (in its case, the power button). I use this all the time right now on my current phone, and it's a core function of my 'interface' with the phone. Do I have this right about the iPhone? 2) I would be setting up an Exchange account, as we use Outlook at work. From my reading, when you configure the Exchange account, if you opt to let it sync your Contacts, it will delete/overwrite or otherwise wipeout your existing Contacts. What I'm wondering is: does this action stop with Contacts imported from other e-mail accounts, and/or those manually configured on the iPhone? Or would this setup actually cause the Contacts as stored on the SIM card to be wiped out as well? I would find it hard to believe that by simply setting up an Exchange account, your entire SIM card list of contacts could be deleted, but that "all Contacts will be removed" statement I've read has confused and concerned me. I appreciate any hints/explanations/headslaps you can direct my way. Thanks.