Hi, all. I'm looking pretty seriously at returning my iPhone 4 for a Droid X this Thursday when the DX is released. The only question I haven't seen a satisfactory answer to thus far about the Android OS (2.1, in particular) is whether or not I'll be able to compose a new e-mail using any of the different addresses I have linked to my Gmail account within the Gmail app on the phone. I only have one Gmail account, but I have two or three different e-mail addresses that the one account is receiving e-mail for. On the web, I can easily drop down the "From" field when I compose a message and choose which address I want to send the e-mail from. I know there's an option in Android to let me reply to an e-mail with the same address the e-mail was sent to, but I want to be able to compose a new message and choose which address to use. Is this possible under 2.1? Does anyone know if this ability is coming with 2.2? Alternatively, if the Gmail app doesn't support this natively, I guess I could set up the different accounts as individual IMAP accounts which connect to Gmail's IMAP server, correct? This wouldn't be my favorite way to do it since I'd lose some built-in Gmail functionality, but I'd take that over not being able to compose messages from several of my different addresses on the phone at all. Please advise. Thanks!