Portrait/landscape flipping works well for the most part, but when I'm lying in bed it is rather annoying. I'm sure you know what I mean - I often, nearly always actually, want to use Safari and Mail in portrait mode when I'm lying on my side because it's awkward to type with both hands when one arm is underneath me. Also, if I've drawn something landscape in sketchbook mobile and I save it to my photo library it thinks it's a portrait and displays it accordingly. (admittedly, this is a problem with sbm - I should be able to tell it I'm drawing in landscape) So, there should be a way to force portrait mode (without resorting to any hacks). Does anyone agree? It's a shame, because there is a way of forcing landscape mode, namely by making two quarter turns until it's upside-down. So it's like they've half-enabled this functionality, albeit inadvertantly. My suggestion for a solution would be to enable a quick flip upside-down to lock it into portrait, and then onto its side for sleepy, one-handed typing.