OK, so today I saw the presentation for the new iPhone OS 3.0 and was incredulous when I saw: And now featuring: MMS! MMS has been around since 2002. >Bluetooth file transfer, which is also "new," is common in any cheapy cell phone in the market today. >Copy and paste... I had a phone in 2004 that did that... >I remember when the iPhone first came out, it had no way of setting normal audio files as ringtones without hacking it, which really irritated me. The point of having an iPHONE, iPod + Phone, was the music, that was probably it's biggest selling point at the time. And it didn't even have the option to set your favorite songs as ringtones until later on. I feel almost insulted as a consumer. I still haven't made the switch. I guess I'll wait for the OS 3.0. But I can't believe I would have made the switch, and have key functionalities missing which my cheap little LG flip phone has. Especially when considering the market price. To get to the point: I've heard and read other "basic" things that the iPhone is missing. So I came here to ask, are there any other things that the iPhone is "missing" that you can have in other phones [or other smart phones]. Things like missing MMS really scare me in making such a big purchase.