Here's another option:If your phone supports Bluetooth, you can get an inexpensive (as little as $10 if you buy online) Bluetooth adapter for your PC. After installing the software that comes bundled with it (or, in some cases, the adapter may be supported directly by Windows) and plugging it in, you activate Bluetooth on your phone, then "pair" the phone with your PC. After that's done, you can put image files in a certain place on your PC, browse to that location with your phone, and transfer the files to the phone, putting them in the same place your other graphics normally go.You'd just have to make sure the images are the right size and format for your phone. My own LG appears to support JPG and PNG, at the very least. The resolution would depend on your phone, I'm not sure how well the phones will resize images to fit the screen. My LG600G's built-in wallpapers appear to be 128W x 160H, but ones downloaded from the Web store are 120x160 (go figure).This works both ways, by the way... you can use Bluetooth to send images (e.g. camera shots) TO your PC.I find this whole arrangement is much faster and more convenient than trying to send images by MMS (i.e. emailing them over the phone network), and unlike USB, there's no cable that you need to wrangle. The only downside is that you do need to buy and install the BT adapter and software. And naturally, none of this does you any good if the phone doesn't support Bluetooth.Hope this helps.Karl"Bluetooth... not just for hands-free headsets."