OK I have been using my Droid Pro for a few weeks now promising myself to be patient. But, as marketing and product development guy I just don't get a few things. First, I am told "missed calls" and "voicemails" and "emails" should have some sort of indicator on the home screen that alerts me to what's there. I see - in verrry small letters a kind of rolling marquis that tells me ONCE that I have voice mail. I mean did these guys really sit down with Blackberry users and ask what it is we like and don't like? Did someone in a focus group decide to make these notifications really small and usually invisible? On the Blackberry you can see missed called, texts, emails from a mile a way. It is an unbelievably easy COMMUNICATION DEVICE. I am assuming I am doing something wrong but there is very little point and click on the Pro. It seems to take one or two extra strokes. I watched the Youtube video of the CEO guy saying this was Motorola's answer to what Blackberry lacked. This is to be a work AND play device? Does anyone here want to defend the Pro as an easy communicationg device -- - much like the Blackberry?