I know I come across as a whiner sometimes about gadgets, especially phones. It's just that I want one device that can do everything from making a phone call to opening my garage door to sending tri-corder data back to my starship in orbit.
The Treo 750 hasn't disappointed me, at all. I honestly can't think of the first thing to say about this phone, good or bad. It is so good, that I don't dwell on any bad things about it, yet there isn't a killer feature either. This is good! I don't always have this warning light in the back of my mind that I may have missed a critical phone call or important email. It just works really, really well. Here is a brief review.
I'm thinking that you'll soon be a minion of Steve Jobs when you get the iPHONE. Yes the iPHONE will do all you want and more. I'm sure it has a hidden tri-corder control module in there somewhere.
I have a TREO 750 via one Australian Mobile provider Telstra and it is great EXCEPT the Search facility does not find content (words) in text notes, documents, spreadsheets even though the handbook says it should. My previous Windows CE PDAs found text inside documents which for me is an essential feature. And of course support is from the mobile company (not Palm or Microsoft) and they know nothing. I just do not know where to turn to find out why the SEARCH facility does not work as documented.
My best friend was inlove with activesync features of TReo750 but recently she gave up,and to my knowledge there is no ringing.poor software.and many other problems that are similar to this post.This Treo750 is merely a pain in ass.and the battery life is also headache.she said she regret this purchase.but guys i cant say anithing yet :p,me waiting when this garbage phone is going to fill my hands so that i can decide if all of you r right or wrong...;):P
I have a Treo 750 also via Australian mobile provider Telstra, and it baffles me how there is no way to turn the phone OFF. I thought I was having a ditz moment and couldn't find the way to do it, but that it reassuring that this is actually the way the phone is supposed to operate. My version has a camera though so maybe it is a slightly later model?
I am having a lot of trouble trying to use a Java VM on the device however and there seems to be little to no support for this anywhere.
Call me a traitor.  Call me weak minded to the Apple Jedi mind trick.  Yes I have a 3g iPhone,