Exactly my point. I can't believe they made the decision to launch the Droid Pro before correcting this problem. Over on the Droid Pro forum there are already a few people who have returned the phone because of it. At least the Droid X has enough of the "toy" factor with the big touch screen and "high quality" camera/video (don't get me started there...) so it is not as much of a draw for the business community. But the Droid Pro... they are obvoisly trying to compete with Blackberry but have released a phone that does a terrible job at what is arguably its primary purpose. Shame on you, Motorola.