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I believe that the PDA/Phone is a fad. They appeal to a certain class of gadget freak, the sort who keeps a PDA holstered on their belt at all times and actually enters things into it. For the rest of us, the things are expensive, bulky, and have terrible battery life. I'll keep my Nokia 8890 for now, thank you. The "SmartPhone" seems more appealing. Just enough PDA functionality to improve their utility as phones, plus Outlook sync. Small enough to keep in a front jeans pocket. For hard-core geeks, Bluetooth will allow them to be used seamlessly with PDAs for wireless data. For us light users, a SmartPhone might eliminate the need for a PDA. BTW: Lack of 1900MHz in the US Treo shouldn't be an issue for most pond-hoppers. During my 18 months in Europe, I never noticed a difference in coverage when I switched from a Nokia 7110 (900/1900MHz) to a Nokia 8890 (900/1800MHz).