Today was the first real test for my new iPhone. I wanted to try and let you know what I found out, and in the "spirit" of objectivity (Palmgeek) I wanted to share with you the Good... the Bad... and yes the Ugly. The GOOD: BlueTooth. It was AWESOME!!!! Not one unpairing. Not one resetting of the Phone. I even had people ask me, that did not know that I got a new phone, if I had gotten a new phone because I sounded so good. My wife said it was very clear. In short, it worked like it was suppose to.:newpalm: Push email with MoMe was Great! As a matter of fact it worked too good. I am not use to having my email pushed to me. It was wierd. Nice. But wierd. But it worked great. Not one dropped call. Not one gabbled call. I even was talking on the phone will checking my email! That never happened on my Treo. I did a quick speed test on my data connection and I got 1645Kps. With Sprint I never got even close to that, even when I was in a good EvDo area which was not that often. Visual VoiceMail was great. Much easier than my Treo. Two quick taps on the screen and I am listening to the Voice Mail that I want to listen to. No more listening to 10 other voicemails before getting to the one I want. VVM is much easier and quicker. I could not be happier with this part of the phone, which are some of the main reasons i went with the iPhone. The BAD: Battery Life was not that great. It was no better than my Treo. I had to put it on my Car charger by 2:00pm today. Now before you start throwing too many stones let me explain my day. Now let me start off by saying that over the long weekend I got 2 days out of my phone on a single charge with moderate use. ie. Almost no phone calls, a few SMS, a few emails, and mostly web surfing and installing apps. So 2 days on a single charge is not that bad. But...Today my day started at 7:00am (as usual) on the phone. I had 3G on all day, GPS on all day, and BT on all day. No WiFi. I received or sent 25 emails today. All with LARGE attachments. I do not get a lot of emails but they all have large attachments with them. OH! and I spent 4 hours and 14 mins. talking on the phone via BT today. So you can see I do not think that I am an average user. Even my Treo when brand new could hardly make it through a day like today without some help. That is when the BT worked. I could save some power by turning off GPS but not much I do not think. Overall I am disappointed in this aspect of the iPhone, but that is why I have a car charger. The UGLY: I almost hate to call it this but ....it is ugly. It has to do with looking up contacts with in the phone app. Really it has to do with the way I work and the phone app. Keep in mind I am in the car almost all day talking on the phone. Hence the all day BT. Dialing a number on the iPhone is actually easier than on my Treo. The bottons are so much bigger that it makes just dialing a number much better than a qwerty keypad. The problem comes in looking up a contact with in the phone app....while driving. There is no search feature that I can find. Now there is with in Contacts but not the phone app contacts and scrolling with your finger while driving is down right dangerous! This is where my Treo was easier to deal with. It's search feature was very good. I will need to find a better way to look up contacts. I will say that if you are sitting at a desk or standing around, this is really not an issue. It is only when you are driving that it becomes cumbersome. Well, that is day one. Like any new device I certainly have some bugs and tweeks to work out, but overall I am VERY, VERY happy with my choice.:newpalm: As I stumble upon new things I will try to report back. The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly.