I am surprised and happy to find fairly recent posts for such an old platform! I hope this post finds someone who can help me to determine next steps. I used a Handspring from 1999-2003. Hardware failure took the life of my second one. the first was broken by my own mistake in 2001 as i was racing down the street on my bike and went flying off of the bike to land on my bag and break it... I have Handsprings arriving shortly and will be using this platform again, not out of novelty but for practical reasons. OK, of course it *is* novel, and I am sure that is not lost on anyone bothering to read this post. But beyond the topic of how great it was at the time, there are stlil some unique practical features today which I'll list here so you can understsand where I'm going with this. Modern platforms have largely abandoned these features 1. Battery life and cheap standard batteries. I can take this with and have it available in places where I will not be able to charge for long periods. Alkaline stores well, and I can always use rechargables if I would like to. (so I'm focusing on the Visor Deluxe and Neo) 2. Instantaneous access to Calendar, journal and contacts 3. Stowaway keyboard will make journalling easy and without need of a recharge for days on end. 4. Hardware is now very cheap and very atatainable. I can afford to have spares. And generally this is dependable hardware. So my plan is: 1. sync to android (http://www.zdnet.com/article/did-you-know-you-can-use-palm-desktop-with-your-android-phone/) using a cradle 2. When at social functions or meetings where you only have a few seconds to capture information, especially meetings, I'll use the palm because it actually is that much faster and more predictable. (It also frees up the phone for calls, and text). (ALSO, a palm device will never intterupt you with something you didn't initiate, like an update or a call or some stupid reminder. remember when our organizer did exactly what you wanted it to?) 3. journals. I really enjoyed writing on it. I liked having a journal attached to a day and having that be something that could be done very easily aand with timestamps. and WITHOUT interruptions like needing to go plug in, or being interrupted by some software or a messsage or whatever. That would be enough by itself. I'll be satisfied with that much. However, it would be really nice to be able to sync wirelessly. Rudimentary internet access would be nice as well. These are things I wouldn't need to take with me. Just tasks for at home. In other words I'd leave my springboard modules at thome. Questions: 1. If anyone has a vissorphone or any of the other hardware I ask about below, I'd like to buy it from you if the price is right. 2. Is it possible to activate a visorphone for voice and for data? (really I'm more interested in data, but if its about the same i might do both) 3. Any other GSM or CDMA data solutions available which I could still activate? (preferably on t-mbile and I live in the US in Texas) 4. I'd really like to get one of the Bluetooth modules. especially the Red-M one along with one of the Red-M bluetooth routers. that way I could sync wirelessly and get the internet access i wanted. 5. Finally a wifi module would be great to find. As i said I'll be satisfied with what i have, but having either a bluetooth or wifi optoin would be great, and in addition having a visorphone or broadband otpoin would be great as well. If I had to prioritize I'd say: 1. bluetooth or 2 wifi.. one or the other with a pref for bluetooh. 3. visorphone or 4 other data with a preference for visorphone (assuming I can activate it) forgot to mention reading books.