Sure, Motorola, go ahead and take your time pushing your A910 through the FCC, see if we care. Even as we had to sit back and watch BT Fusion announce the WiFi-enabled UMA clamshell nearly a year ago, we've kept patient here in the States, twiddling our thumbs in the hopes that T-Mobile would get its act together for a national launch. Bah, who are we kidding? You can almost cut the bitterness with a knife here at Engadget HQ that we aren't all burning voice minutes through our wireless routers by now. FCC approval of the A910 (finally) means that we might be one small step closer to seeing some commercial services launch here -- though with a 1.3 megapixel cam and that stodgy pre-RAZR styling, we might be better off waiting for Moto's next effort at this point.