AtLemacks , Jul 13, 2014 : BEFORE YOU READ/COMMENT/ETC: Keep in mind I AM NOT new to this stuff! Don't ask me if I tried x or y generic simple solution, I have. 1. In Call Volume - Wow, it is absolutely terrible even on speaker it's very very low (yes the volume's are all turned all the way up)! This really baffles me because they speakers themselves are very loud and fairly crisp. Compared to the S5, they have to be at least twice as loud! Compared to the M8, well I haven't had my M8 in several months, but I'd say it's right on par. Compared to the Nexus 5 and Nexus 4, it's like night and day. OP did a good job with media audio. 2. CM's Camera App - A couple occasions now I have been tricked by the camera app. Google Camera, and other OEM camera apps on their devices typically revert back to "default" modes after you close the app. CM's app doesn't, it maintains everything you set, meaning if you were taking HFR video at 720p120fps and didn't revert it back to your preferred setting before closing it would still utilize that mode on the next launch. I found this frustrating when launching the app using the gesture after pulling it out of my pocket to snap a spontaneous video. It kept shooting (grainy as hell) 720p120fps. I have the Google Camera App installed as well, and I guess Google hasn't built the app to utilize higher resolution video modes. The highest it'll allow on the rear camera is 1080p (no fps specified), and the highest for the front camera is 720p. 3. On Screen Buttons - I prefer to use on screen rather than capacitive, but in the CM settings my menu/back button swap will not stick, not matter how many times I save it. I have never had this issue on any other device. 4. Capacitive Buttons - Could they be any duller? They're so poorly lit that half the roof on the home button barely appears, and the menu button is non-existent in any decent lighting. 5. Screen Brightness Outdoors - I have 2 issues here, the dynamic adjustment is EXTREMELY slow, the other is when using the camera app, or viewing media it adjusts itself to damn near ZERO visibility outside. This is a huge issue for me because I have 17 pairs of Oakley's that are all polarized, which apparently with JDI displays become invisible (because none of my other devices - S5/M8/N5/N4 had this issue). I noticed when I was trying to record some videos/take pics outdoors the other day that I thought my screen was off, so I was tapping the screen and hitting the power button repeatedly to which I kept hearing the lock/unlock sounds. I thought the device had locked up, until I took my sunglasses off and realized it just adjusted itself to a point that was invisible through polarized lenses. Here's a couple pics of things I am talking about.