I've noticed that despite setting "Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep" to "only when plugged in" and disabling "scanning always available" Wi-Fi continues to deplete the battery at idle. According to the details in the battery stats, the Wi-Fi never turns off at idle (the Wi-Fi is shown as being on the entire time the phone is unplugged). I've found the only way to stop the Wi-Fi from depleting the battery is to disable it entirely. Has anyone else experienced this? Does this have anything to do with the kernel I'm using? Is it possibly a bug in Franco's kernel? Does this vary with the stock kernel or other custom kernels? It's not a major problem, but I'd just like to know why Wi-Fi is using up juice when it's supposedly turned off. Thanks.