I'm actually running the leaked FRG22, but I assume that FRG22 is principally bug fixes to FRG01B and doesn't contain any actual "features" per se, so I'm guessing any features I see in FRG22 are in FRG01B as well. That disclaimer aside -- there are lots of big features to like about Froyo, but most of them have been discussed at length ever since the leaks first came out. This morning I found a little feature that I really appreciate. I use the "Power Control" widget that comes with the OS to control the status of WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, Syncing, and Brightness. It has always annoyed me that the Brightness button had only a dim, medium, and bright state, but no "auto". I like to use auto a lot of the time, but like using the widget to choose another brightness if auto is "hunting" or if I don't like auto's decision. Before, if you used the widget to adjust and wanted to go back to auto you had to go into Settings to do it. Well, now the Brightness widget has 4 states -- the ones it had before, plus automatic. Yay! dancedroid The other "little improvement" I like is having 5 home screens instead of 3 and the little dots in the corner to let you know where you're presently at within those 5 screens. Along with that, if you long-press the Launcher icon you see thumbnails of all 5 panels and can tap the one you want. Nice. I guess while I'm at it -- little changes I don't particularly like are: The new Car (Dock) Home sucks. I hated it so bad I ended up switching to Custom Car Home from the marketplace. I don't particularly care for the inability to shortcut directly to the alarm clock. Now you have to go through the clock to get there. I understand that something like Anycut would work around this. I also don't particularly care for the layout of the panel where you edit the alarm settings. There is a big fat band across the bottom of the screen with the time in it. That isn't a problem when in the portrait mode, but when in landscape the band takes up a good chunk of the screen and editing the times requires scrolling which is klunky. "Fine, so edit your times in portrait" you say. True, but when are you most often to be editing your times? When you go to bed and the phone is in the "Multimedia" dock -- and oriented landscape. OK, so what "little things" have you all found that you like or hate in Froyo? For guidance in keeping on topic, I'd save the bigger things (like tethering, etc.) for separate topics.