I know this issue has been discussed in the past, but devices keep changing, and what is available keeps changing. Is anybody actively using a mobile device to tap into weather maps? The intent is to make work-related decisions in the field based upon weather. I want to have access to radar weather maps (e.g. Accuweather, WeatherUnderground, etc). I now have a cell phone, but it is not Internet-ready. My carrier is Verizon. I have learned that some phones have the Internet-ready capability, but also PDA-type devices (smart phones?) can also access Internet. The screen on a typical cell phone seems too small to be of much use to read maps. On the other hand, a PDA-type device larger, providing a large viewing screen and a small keyboard to do the web access. I have talked with Verizon about the matter. They suggested an LGVX for the cell phone solution. For the PDA type devices, their suggestion was either a Motorola Q, or a Blackberry 7250. The Palm Treo is much more money, and has more functionality than required. I don't want the phone for any of the entertainment downloads. I don't watch television at home, and I certainly wouldn't want to watch TV while on the road mowing. Nor, do I care about music downloads. I might use MP3 downloads periodically, but that requirements does not drive the decision. I have lost some valuable time the past couple of days because of bad decisions on judgments of impending rain/showers. Had I known what a couple of maps would tell me, I would have made different decisions. I regularly use maps on my PC at home, so the notion is not foreign to me.l Anybody have any recent experiences, pro or con? Thanks.