As some of you know, I currently have a HTC Thunderbolt and I am disgusted with how poorly it works. I will be calling Verizon in the coming weeks with complaints, and I'm sure I'll be sent a few certified like new Thunderbolts from them in hopes of trying to keep me with a Thunderbolt that doesn't have any problems. I'm doubting that is going to work and I'm hoping they will finally see how much of a problem the phone really in. Anyways, in the mean time, I was thinking of the push notifications I see advertised for the iPhone and wonder how this works, which might be a dumb question. My phone is supposed to push notifications, but that never happens. Does this mean the phone will constantly be searching for data? Won't that kill my battery, especially if I am in an area with poor reception (for example, some rooms in my school have horrible reception)? Just curious how that works. Thanks for all of your help! I really appreciate it!