Does anyone else think SMS on the iPhone looks pretty bad? I'm not sure if in the States/other parts of the world you just tend to send very short SMS's ie. "See you tonight at 7"; but here in the UK, we use SMS a lot to send quite long messages back and forth. This looks quite tricky to do on the iPhone - for starters the bar where you input your own message is very small, only enough for a few words. This is in contrast to all Pocket PCs (and even most normal Nokia/SE phones etc.) where you have the whole screen (therefore several lines) to compose your own message and go back to different parts and edit it etc. before sending. If all you've got to go at on the iPhone is that little bar for entering text and then you have to scroll back through it to review your message before sending, that could be very tedious! Also, with the "multiple session" SMS's, the same is true for that - if someone's sent you a few long messages, then each one would just about take up the whole screen (with the keyboard visible), meaning lots of scrolling to find the message you want. It looks a great idea for short texts, but for anything more (which I think we do a lot of in the UK anyway), it looks like a chore! I really hope not, and I'll still be getting an iPhone anyway, but I hope Apple have thought that side of things through. What does anyone else think?