Well, I’ve had my smart-aleck phone for 7 months now, and I think we’ve come to terms with each other. Sort of. I’d describe it most like a teenager. The trick is to get it to do what you want it to do without it knowing it was your idea. Those of you who have or work with teenagers understand what I mean. One wrong move and you’re sitting there wondering where you went wrong. Don’t try to retrace your steps because you’ll never figure it out. One time my friend sent me an e-mail with an attachment. My phone simply refused to show it to me. It said that it was opened, but I couldn’t see it. I had to turn on my computer to see the image that she sent me. Darn phone! Sometimes I stab at the screen and it takes 6 times before I open the app I want. Sometimes I barely touch it when I’m picking it up and an app I never use pops up on the screen. I’ve never put any music on it (I know, that’s one of the features that many people enjoy the most) since I prefer the radio and don’t like ear buds, yet every now and then when I pick it up a message appears that says “there is no music on this device”. No kidding. I do enjoy the camera feature, but it took me quite a while to figure it out, or make peace with it. Sometimes I’d be taking a video instead of a still picture. For the longest time I couldn’t figure out how to zoom, and couldn’t get the right setting for the flash thus giving me many very dark pictures juxtaposed with many ghostly looking images of my loved ones. I almost have that figured out. Although it seems like just when I think I’ve figured it out I realize that I don’t. At least I’ve learned how to text, make calls, and retrieve voicemails. God help me if I ever decide to put music on it! Some things I just shouldn’t attempt.