We provide an alarm and camera monitoring platform to security installers worldwide and every so often I have to investigate what mobile phones people are using and how our recorded JPeg images display on those phones from our intentionally simple mobile phone interface. It is not possible for us to build an interface for each device, so we have to try and strike a balance between older, small screen phones logging in via a 38K GPRS connection and our geeky customers logging in with their iPhones and Blackberries. Conscious of limited bandwidth requirements, we currently display the list of images for the last alarm event as thumbnails with the idea that the user clicks to enlarge the thumbnail. It sounds lazy, but that is often 1 extra click that some people do not want to make. If any of you geeky kids out there have time to log into our platform and have a look, I'd appreciate your feedback on how it looks and what you would suggest for improvement for your particular brand of phone. The URL is http://www.ipalarms.net/cell.aspx and you can use ID: 1 and Password: dem0 (that's a zero not the letter 0) to log in. Questions I need to answer are: 1. Is the list of events and list of thumbnails too simple ? 2. What percentage of your screen do the thumbnalis cover and what percentage does the full size image cover. 3. Do the larger 640x480 images display OK ? 4. Could you get Live View to work ? Oh, the main login for computer browsers is http://www.ipalarms.net/login.aspx - you can use the same login credentials and it would be interesting to hear if the full interface is workable on any of the new mobile devices. My Blackberry 7100 just doesn't cut it Thanks in Advance for any help you can offer.