I finally broke down and got myself a Treo 650. I passed on the Treo originally because I am not a big Palm fan, and the device had no Bluetooth support. The more recently released 650 added Bluetooth support, but, as many users discovered, it was an incomplete implementation at best. Well, PalmOne released a Bluetooth update which seems to have solved the handsfree profile woes, making the Treo 650 the only quad-band GSM smartphone with almost-fully functional Bluetooth on the market. (Yes, the only one, I’ve been researching this one to death). And so I gave in and picked one up to day. My biggest complaint is that it is bulky, but I’ll try to get used to that. The other issue is that some of the key sequences feel very unintuitive, but I suspect that I’ll get used to that too. Pairing the Bluetooth was a breeze (after I installed the update, a process that was also a breeze), connecting the POP/SMTP client was just as simple, the speakerphone is loud and clear, the screen is very readable (although my son was horrified to discover that it comes with not a single game, and I am surprised that it comes with no built-in IM clients). I’ll be on the road quite a bit over the next month (in and out of the U.S.) and will thus get the chance to really put it to the test. More to come, I am sure.