OK, I went on a trip to Tennessee this past weekend (I live in Ohio). I have an America's Choice calling plan. On the drive down, I noticed a few places where a flashing triangle appeared next to the 1x symbol. My understanding is that when it's flashing it means you are on the extended network and won't be charged for roaming, but when it's a solid (not flashing) triangle, you are roaming and will be charged. When I arrived in Tennessee I noticed it was back to a 1x (no triangle at all) so I figured I was back on the Verizon network. Also, it still said "Verizon Wireless" on the screen. However, when I got a call, I noticed the symbol was still a 1x (no triangle) but the in-call timer was displaying the word "Roam:" in front of it, e.g. "Roam: 00:00:01". When I ended the call, it flashed "Roam: 00:02:37". So first of all, has anyone else noticed this? I was wondering if the phone just displays the word "Roam:" in front of the time when you are outside of your home area, or if I really was roaming and for some reason the triangle indicator wasn't showing up. I guess I'll find out on next month's bill. Either way, this seems to be some sort of misleading software bug. I'm using version 04.