Hey everyone, my contract with verizon is up in a month or two and I kinda want to switch to another provider - they have good service but their policies, the way they block phones features and remap the menus, and the fact that their phones aren't as good as the competitions make me want to change. I do have a few questions though because I am a PC user and I don't know how well the integration will go. 1. Contacts/email/tasks - all this I have in outlook 2007. I understand that it will transfer to the iphone? Will the tasks transfer as well (I haven't seen this mentioned)? Also - I do have 3 email accounts I understand that is not a problem (all are IMAP - 2 from my own domain and one for school) 2. Photos - I am a serious amateur/semi pro photographer and this is one of the main reasons I am looking at the iphone. The ability to show my photos to people on a very nice high res screen, wherever I am, is extremely tempting. If I was to get a device like the touch, it would just be one more thing to carry around - this way I can get my outlook data and my photos synched all in one nice portable device. My question is how do you load the photos onto the phone (I do not like itunes at all) and what resolution is the screen (my photos for web are mostly 400x600). 3. Music - Do you have to use itunes? Also, all my music is in .wma - must I convert to mp3 or aac? I really really dislike itunes - I'm sorry if you guys like it I just can't stand it. This is probably the biggest thing holding me back, as well as the price tag. 4. Family plan - We would have two normal phones and one iphone - as I see it this would run (for most basic plan) $70 for the plan, $20 to add two lines, and another $20 for my data/txt which would equate to $110 + extra fees. My question is whether or not you have to add texts per phone or if the 200 texts are good for everyone? If not, how much is the min. amt of texts I can add to a phone (just texts) and how much does that minimum amount cost? 5. Are there any other fees that I am missing that might crop up?