Sorry -- I need to vent. I've been looking for a new cell phone for a while, and spent a good part of today checking out the local Cingular, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile stores, and seemed to be having more than a little trouble finding a phone that I liked that would work with iSync. I went to each store with the list of iSync supported phones. I finally figured out why I was having such a problem. After all, the list of devices supported by iSync seems pretty impressive. Until I realized that many of the phones listed are not currently availble. I compiled a list of all currently available phones from Cingular, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile, and compared that list with the phones currently supported by iSync under Tiger. Here's the list: Motorola RAZR v3 Motorola v180 Motorola v220 Motorola v551 Motorola v60i/p/s/t/t color Motorola v710 Nokia 6620 Sony Ericsson S710 That's it. 8 phones. iSync under OS X 10.4 supports only 8 phones out of about 75 phones available in the U.S. market today. None of the LG, Samsung, Sanyo or currently available Siemens phones are supported at all. I can't believe that only one current Nokia model is supported. I left off the Treo models because I'm specifically looking for phones, not PDA's. I would hope that support for more phones with iSync improves over time. But to see the level of support to be this low is pretty sad. Thanks for listening to me rant.