OK. I have been following the launch event and all I can say is this thing is disappointing. Does MS REALLY think they have a shot? To sum it up I will copy a post that someone at engadget already put up. Windows Phone 7: No system-wide file manager No Tethering No videocalling Limited third-party apps No Bluetooth file transfers No USB mass storage mode No memory card support No multitasking No copy paste Too dependent on Zune software for computer file management and syncing No music player equalisers No Flash or Silverlight support in the web browser No sign of free Bing maps Navigation so far No DivX/XviD video support No Fast app switching No 16GB phones Not Free and Open In essence what you are looking at it Kin 2 with slightly nicer hardware and SOME apps in a market. This OS as well as its' design and feature list is beyond lacking. No ability for SD Cards at all. All media, except for .mp3s are MS-centric codecs (WMA, WMV, etc...) Just pathetic. Looks like MS just launched it's next big mobile failure! Wonder how much Steve Ballmer's bonus will be cut next year after WP7 flops?