I have been in the past a Microsoft fanboy, but the Apple consistantly is beating the MS Mobile team so I purchased a new iPhone. Overall I am happy with the phone, but I thought I would summarize some of the things I miss about Windows Mobile. Maybe I just haven't learned how to accomplish the same on the iPhone and someone can post some instructions. Here goes: - Windows Mobile phones have "Home Screens," default screens that are highly customizable. Typically mine would show me the time of my next appointment, missed calls, new messages, and current sound profile. All of these were accessible via this home screen. Many people used this screen to display weather or other info. (this would be great as the wallpaper prior to unlocking the phone) - When a reminder pops up on Windows Mobile, there is an option to dismiss or snooze. I always used the snooze button since I would set a reminder for 15 minutes before meetings so that I would be ready to go, then hit "snooze until 5 minutes before" to get up from my desk and go to the meeting - I was able to flag emails for followup from the mobile device -- this was really useful for when I was checking mail on the device and the president of the company sent an email - Speed dials -- pressing and holding a number would dial a phone number - Instant access to the number pad - pressing the "Phone" icon would take me directly to the number pad. If I typed in a contact name it would find the contact from here. - The contacts note field doesn't transfer to the iPhone but it did on Windows Mobile. - Also, this doesn't relate to Windows Mobile, but why aren't you able to sort the "Favorite" contacts??? To restate I am happy with the iPhone, but these are some things Apple could do to better compete in the corporate world.