Hello all, First,I am a newbie from the colonies (US) so forgive me if this should be posted elsewhere. I recently moved from our less than wonderful CDMA network here in the States to a GSM Motorola V3. The aesthetics of the phone are extremely appealing (a lot like Apple designs) and I generally like Motorola hardware. But I have been experiencing a problem that is either specific to my handset or generally to the digital network. With my old CDMA digital/analog service when the phone dropped out of digital, analog would pick up and the call continued. When in analog there would occassionaly be a fading of the signal and a dropoff in volume. I thought a digital (GSM) conection was all or nothing. You either had a connection or not, but the voice quality would not differ based on signal strength and therefor the volume would not change. Every now and then while in a phone conversation on the V3 the volume will drop so low I canbarely hear, and then it comes back normally. Has anyone else experienced this? Is it maybe my cell? Or is this possible in the digital network? Many thanks in advance.