I think you are right about these issues. The third one you mentioned
I think should be fixed in the API:
- uploading a new background image via the API does not cause the
image to be displayed

I just filed this ticket:
http://code.google.com/p/twitter-api/issues/detail?id=1443

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Kyle Mulka
Founder, Congo Labs
http://twilk.com


On Feb 1, 1:50 pm, "@epc" <epcoste...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Can you check with that user to see if they have background images set
> to display?
>
> On my own profile, I turned off the background image and while it does
> not appear on my web profile, the old image URL still appears if you
> call users/show/epc.xml.
> Replacing the background image does not appear to turn on background
> image display.
>
> So there appear to be a few issues:
>  - you can turn on/off the display of a background image through the
> Web UI but not the API
>  - there's no information in the results of users/show to indicate
> whether or not the user’s background image is to be displayed
>  - uploading a new background image via the API does not cause the
> image to be displayed
>
> Unsure if these are bugs or missing features.
> --
> -ed costello

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