I'm new to the MacRumor forums, please don't flame me, too hard. I currently have a Android phone on Sprint. (CDMA works better than GSM in my area and the Verizon iP4 wasn't available) I'm due for an upgrade and trying to determine my next step. I know the iPhone is probably coming to Sprint later this year, so I am trying to decide if some of the features I need will be in iOS 5 or the a jailbroken iOS 4/5. I like some features of Android and others of iOS. I love the iPhone screen and hardware design, but I love the ability to my calendar agenda on my Android homescreen. I'm not a fan of calendar notifications, my worry is with the current iOS, if I don't properly time the notification, I may dismiss it and forget the appointment. The way my current phone is setup is I have my next ~10 calendar appointments on my main homescreen, all the time, without having to open my calendar app, I just turn the phone on, and there it is...no need to actively open an app. I see iOS 5 has a whole lot of features, especially the new lockscreen information. If I could have my upcoming calendar events on my lockscreen (not just notifications), that would sufficiently resolve my dilemma. Is this possible? Also, I really enjoy the LED notification light on my phone, I'd hate to miss a notification simply because I wasn't near my phone when I got the message/call/email. Any thoughts as to if the iOS 5 will address my concerns?