Thanks for a great app. Love the fact that UI is clean and simple, performance is snappy, and sync with RTM is nearly transparent. I've tried other Palm Pre apps that sync with RTM and ToodleDo but they are overly cluttered/complex and/or have sync issues.
Number one feature I wish it had is notifications. I'd even settle for being able to assign time to a task which would allow RTM to send me a notification via SMS or email. List support and priorities would also be nice features. I'm tempted to work on adding them myself some day but right now I'm like you... value having my evenings to myself too much.
All that said, the NUMBER ONE feature of Cloud Tasks that got me excited is your date selector. After using Palm since 2000 when I got my Handspring Visor, all the way up through my Treo 700p, when I got my Palm Pre and discovered some of the hallmarks of the Palm interface - including the month-view date selector - had been ditched, I was floored. The WebOS date selector is ok and I'm sure some people find it much easier to select from than they would a date selector like yours (due to larger buttons), but it lacks context. I hate that if I want to set or update the date of a task to "next Friday", "first Monday in July", "two weeks from Sunday", etc. I have to do the date math in my head or look at a calendar (on the Pre or off) to figure out exactly which date to pick. With yours, it is dead simple.
I've submitted feature requests on Palm and PreCentral forums suggesting a date selector like yours and would encourage you to share/promote it broadly. Which brings up my question: am I reading the copyright notices in your source correctly? It is GPL2 generally but each source carries your copyright at top. Does that imply a limitation on ability to use any of the code (like date selector) outside of the context of Cloud Tasks?