There are some aspects of the iPhone where Apple got the form-function balance wrong (this is also evident with the MB Air -- which indicates the beginnings of a disturbing trend within the corporate culture). There's a reason why the BB is lauded as being the apotheosis in speed and efficiency. The single "home" button looks great, and the idea of a home screen makes sense on paper, but doesn't it always seem to add one or two steps between where you are and what you want to do? I think the iPhone should have, like the BB Curve, two completely user-definable hot keys, one on either side of the device. Then you could have one-button access to your contacts, or to the keypad, or to mail, etc. On my old Curve I have one button tied to opening the camera, which puts me a second or two closer to taking that party snap or whatever that might get away if you have to start at the home screen and then select the camera icon. In fact, the very nature of the BB is that from a sleep state, pressing any key does something -- it either starts dialing if it's a number or starts sorting contacts if it's a letter. The iPhone won't do this, of course, because of its design, but adding a button or two with customizable functionality essentially moots this deficiency. I haven't seen this complaint on the Net. Anyone else agree?