This brick is like a three-legged quarter horse; beautiful but can't run. While it has many features that are a giant leap forward for smart phones, I am baffled as to why Apple couldn't also put out a product that had at least the same basic features of less sophisticated PDAs that have been on the market for years. To wit: 1. No search engine: Every PDA since the abacus has had a search engine. I have 4,000 business, community, and personal contacts in my iPhone, but if I don't remember someone's LAST NAME, I will never find them. I can't search by first name, address, city, job name, or any other nmemonic. What were they thinking when they failed to provide a fetch program? 2. World's lamest calculator: Add, subtract, multipy and divide, and that's IT? Can't even spare a pi, a square root, or a stack memory. The engineers who put this thing together were obviously versed in very advanced math, but they didn't think their customers ever took or have use for, say, trigonometry? How is that for contemptous of your audience? 3. Photos? Who needs photos? You take them and there they are, on the iPhone forever. Can't get them off. The threads I have been reading say with a Mac it is no problem (though I am not sure I believe it), but first, the instructions with the iPhone give no information on how to get them off the iPhone onto my PC, and second, the tip I read elsewhere about accessing them from any of the PC photo programs doesn't work. I have had to purchase a third-party program to get them off my phone, and I am not happy about it. I don't mind purchasing additional programs that add functionality to my iPhone, but I resent having to do it to get the damned thing to work at the most basic level. 4. Sync at your peril: Crashes. Dropped entries. Double entries by the hundreds. Did I say crashes? Sometimes the thing cranks through a synchronization for several minutes, then just loses interest without actually transferring information. 5. Idiot lights: iToons, is like that old DeSoto your dad had. It just had idiot lights on the dash, so you couldn't really tell what was going on. Either things were OK or, when the idiot light did come on, you had burned out the engine for lack of oil. Why, oh why, would Apple allow you to overwrite the information on the iPhone from the info on the computer, but not allow the inverse process? They apparently don't trust you to make rational decisions. After all, you did buy the iPhone, right? I have had it. Tomorrow I go back to AT&T and trade in my iPhone for a smart phone of some type that will not be as cute, but won't kill appointments. I am thoroughly disappointed with this cute little toy.