Hello, dear fellow MacRumors posters. As many of you may know, there is a number of interesting note-taking applications and primitive word processors - TextGuru (does not format selected text alone; has no .doc, .pages support), MagicPad (comprises no autocorrection; has no .doc, .pages support), ShapeWriter/Writing Pad (the latter is an excellent input method, but is not much of a word processor. Alas, Apple seems to have no intention to embrace it as an alternative system keyboard.) and so on. N.B.: I like them all, and have purchased them, but call things what they are - these are no proper word processors (not yet, at any rate!). Then we have two companies, namely Dataviz and QuickOffice, who have pledged support for the iPhone. QuickOffice doesn't include a word processor (and probably won't for a long time), while Dataviz hopes to port their Documents to Go to the iPhone OS in the coming millennium - alas - or thank God perhaps - we won't make long to the coming millennium. Now, there is another very experienced office suite developer, SoftMaker. They have been developing for the WM exclusively (I'll dismiss their desktop software as it's irrelevant to the matter of my post). As much as I loathe WM (or anything M$ except for Office for Mac), I must say that the capabilities of their office suite (SoftMaker 4.x) impress much more than Dataviz and QuickOffice together (I tested it a few days ago on an HTC Touch HD of a friend). Reviews rave about SoftMaker Office. Up to recently SoftMaker had had no intention of developing for iPhone/iPod Touch, but they are open to suggestions/persuasions of iPhone fans/users. Here's their website: http://softmaker.com/english/ofp_en.htm . Mind you, the GUI of SoftMaker Office (for those who don't know) is much more impressive than the outdated screenshots on their website suggest. Here's an iPhone-related thread in their forum: http://softmaker.com/forum/viewtopi...e&sid=6c5713f10ad2534c1d639ef8e15dd0ca#p25846 My question is the following: which of the three suites would you like to see ported to the iPhone first - and if they all were - and costed equally much - which one would you buy (fancy that the iPhone version of each has the same capabilities as their WM/Blackberry/Palm/Symbian counterparts)? 1.SoftMaker 2. DataViz Documents to Go 3. QuickOffice MobileFiles Pro 4. None. I'm perfectly happy with a simple note-taking application and need nothing better. *On www.handango.com you will find their respective user reviews.