My last phone was the lovely little Nokia 6300. I love my iPhone, but there are things I do miss about the 6300, and pretty much every other modern phone I've had. I've decided that the iPhone's added benefits outweigh the things I miss, but I still miss 'em. 1. SMS/email/missed call indicator via cool flashing blue lights. The Nokia case (which I also really miss) was brilliantly designed not to hide the side lights. I could look at the phone without even touching it and know within seconds if I'd received a call/text/email. With the iPhone, if I'm not around to hear/feel the sound/vibration, or if the sound decides not to play (my sound seems to time out after a period of inactivity), I'm forced to take the phone out the case and press a button (at the minimum). A repeating sound option sure would alleviate some of this inconvenice. 2. One touch speed dialing. Favorites is swell and all, but click the home button/slide to unlock/tap the phone icon/tap favorites/tap phone number doesn't hold a candle to speed dial. Favorites also makes me a little nervous. I've tapped the wrong phone number more than once. 3. One handed operation. There's not a whole lot I can do entirely with one hand on the iPhone. I was trying to take a photo today, from a high angle with one hand. I was sure I was gonna drop it. The camera button is very awkwardly placed. Nevermind texting or web surfing. The iPhone is about 10% bigger than I'd like it to be...my fingers just can't reach diagonally across the screen for that one tap needed to make something happen. I find myself regularly stopping on the street, putting down what I'm carrying, or putting it under my arm, and continuing what I was doing on the phone. 4. Copy/paste. If an itty bitty Nokia can do it... 5. Java games. I'm 39 and I like silly little games. I had Lumines, Bejeweled (REAL Bejeweled), Air Hockey, Pinball, etc. I played them while waiting for a train, while on the train, in cabs, even in the bathroom (sorry). Watching movies on the iPhone is awesome of course, but sometimes you don't wanna pay attention to a story, you just wanna mash some buttons. Even if Apple opens up the phone to developers, it will be a very long time before there are anywhere near the amount of games for the iPhone that there are for the rest of the Java-enabled phone world. There are other things I miss, like custom ringtones and stuff, but with the exception of copy/paste, which I'm hopeful will show up in an update, I've tried to focus here on things that it seems like I'll just have to learn to do without, until maybe the next iPhone. Your turn.