The horribly over-hyped, gimmicky, disappointing, bug-plagued BlackBerry Storm should soon be getting its first dose of badly-needed firmware fixes, according to Greg over at MobileCrunch, and a host of other Internet reports. I still think the Storm would be best off slimming down and losing the silly click-screen mechanism altogether, but if you're digging the SurePress action and just waiting until the lags, crashes, and other kinks get worked out by RIM and VZW, it looks like good news is on its way to you.
What's more awesome than the list of purported bug fixes coming soon via OTA updates, however, is the official interim solution for unrecognized key presses on Storm: Press it again! Genius! xP
According to a document obtained by MobileCrunch, the first OTA update is due this week and should address at least three issues affecting music playback when an incoming call is received, voice-activated dialing/muting, and accidental handset resets during multimedia playback and idle. If you check out my unboxing video you'll see that "reset during multimedia playback" bug in action!
Peep the full list of subsequent bug fixes over on MobileCrunch.