I do want it to "hit the ground running" when I turn it on, so apps that get messages while suspended, such as email, messaging and calendars, should become (more) suspend-aware.
Push notifications like messaging and (server-side) smtp mail could benefit from connected standby, but only moderately: there's lots of time to get up to speed while I'm reading the first message/email/whatever.
This is a genuinely good idea for a phone, or a Dick Tracy wristwatch radio, but a solution looking in vain for a problem on a laptop or desktop.
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