I finally decided to take the plunge and trade up from my now-venerable “Treo 300(Handspring Treo 300)”:http://www.libraryplanet.com/2002/12/300 for a shiny new “Treo 650(Treo 650 Smartphone)”:http://www.palmone.com/us/products/smartphones/treo650/. I had followed all the concern over the “memory issue(PalmOne moves to ease Treo 650 memory gripes)”:http://news.com.com/PalmOne+moves+to+ease+Treo+650+memory+gripes/2100-1041_3-5469737.html, but it wasn’t a big factor for me because I didn’t have that many contacts or that much database driven software. It does use memory quicker than the 300, though, so I was glad to see that software like the “Adobe Reader for Palm OS(Adobe Reader for Palm OS)”:http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readerforpalm.html allowed for use of the memory card, and the “Lexar SD Card”:http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0002XZQHM/libraryplanetcom/ref=nosim/ I chose has proven to be useful. I think the biggest changes from me are the higher resolution 320×320 screen and the 9.5x faster processor. The only soft reset I have experienced at all was caused by of all things “Big Clock(bigclock)”:http://www.bigclock.de/. Until that works itself out, “Today(Jonas Lindstedt’s Today for Palm Handhelds)”:http://nikman.k2.net/today/ seems like a more than adequate replacement. Anyway, I am far from exhausting all the possibilities of this thing yet so expect some more posts over time.