This came up in a completely unrelated post... It was mentioned that with iOS 5 and notifications turned on, that the notifications will light up the screen. That is all well and fine during normal wake hours, but at night I see it being a problem. As it is if you don't want to hear tones at night you have to mute the phone, which I do (and sometimes forget to undo in the a.m.). But unless there is something built into iOS 5 that allows me to program notifications and sounds turning off during certain hours, I guess now that means I'll also have to manually turn off notifications every night? I'm not trying to sound whiney, but for those of us that sleep with the iPhone on the nightstand or use it as an alarm clock, without a way to program the alerts on and off it becomes a clunky issue. It would mean every night you have to now mute the phone and change the settings to turn notifications off, and then turn both back on in the a.m. I know it doesn't sound like that big of a deal, but as polished as so many other things are on the iPhone this, to me, is an oversight. I don't want to have to turn things off and on every night and every morning of every day. Am I missing an easy solution (other than getting a phone that isn't an iPhone)? Jailbreak is not an option for me because of work. ETA: It is important to me that my phone not be completely turned off at night because if someone is trying to reach me via phone call in the middle of the night, that means it's important and I need to get the call.