I presently have a Samsung A-310 which I've been pretty happy with. I'm actually looking at switching to a LG VX4400 or VX4400B, but I was wondering if either of them have a feature similar to the Samsung. With the A-310, I keep it on vibrate-only most of the workday, due to the environment I'm in. Whenever I "feel" a call coming in, I can just glance down and see what COLOR my OUTSIDE display is flashing - that way I instantly know who is calling. I have 7 colors to choose from and I can assign them to seven different "groups". For instance, my girlfriend is in her own "group". When she calls me from her cell phone, I glance down and see it flashing purple. When my brother calls, I have it set so it flashes orange. When any one of my co-workers call, it flashes blue. I can still have individual audible rings for people, but the color caller ID capability is very useful for quick recognition, especially in a dimly lit area when set to vibrate-only, such as a movie theater. Can either of the LG phones do this??? (Can any other phone do this???!!!) Verizon's pamphlet on the 4400B states it has "......external Caller ID display with 10 custom colors to identify incoming calls." But then again, the pamphlet also says that the 4400B has a "Built-in speakerphone". I have called several Verizon stores, but nobody can give me a solid answer. When I called LG directly, they didn't seem too sure about the answer they were giving me. Thanks!