Originally Posted by kyler13
Seriously? Aside from the weather widget and the arc slider at the bottom (and two more panels, but that's not really an aesthetic feature), how exactly is Sense THAT much different from stock Android to make it night and day different? I preferred Sense to Android 2.0 on the Droid, but 2.1 pretty much levels the field for me.
Actually, the reason that I want the HTC SenseUI is not so much for the widgets and look as much as it is for the keyboards. Both the portrait and landscape HTC sense keyboards are much better and much easier to use than the sock Android ones. If I am going to have an awesome OS and so many capabilities with my phone, then I want to be able to enjoy typing on them day in and day out, so I want the HTC keyboards