I played with a DroidX in the store for about 30-40 min. today, and have some details that some might find helpful. I'm going to start with the negative, since people would probably find that the most helpful and since there are so many glowing reviews already (i.e. I'm going to skip all the good stuff we already know about, so don't take this as biased/trolling). 1. Hardware buttons: The first big negative that jumped out at me was how cheap the hardware buttons felt. I've read reviews that acknowledged movement in the keys, but really downplayed how this contributed to a cheap feeling (at least in my opinion). Seeing as how the X will be going in/out of pockets, I can easily see how over time, a button might even get dislodged. There is both vertical and lateral movement to the keys, and while haptic feedback is EXCELLENT (very clean presses/clicks with no confusion as to whether or not a press was registered) the keys themselves just had too much play in them for an otherwise great product. Another minor quip about the keys is that they seemed to be yellowing already on the demo model. You can't tell with the backlighting on (which is pleasing) but the white portion had a yellowish tinge to it. The camera flash also had an ugly yellow tinge to it (which I don't think can be attributed to wear/tear/dirt). Now, this may have just been limited to the particular phone I had used (which was a demo) so check it out for yourselves. 2. Freezing on the lockscreen When you swipe to unlock from the homescreen, it's normally very quick. However, if you lock the screen (using the lock button on the top middle of the phone) while you are in an application (e.g. the camera app): when you unlock it, it will freeze/hang for a good 5 seconds before unlocking (it hangs on the lock screen and the lock stays where your finger left it). It's minor, but still an annoyance; I have not seen any reviews mention this yet. otherwise, I had a lot of fun with the phone and am def. considering switching to it. Pinch-to-zoom was excellent, and I would say just as good as on the iphone. I was not expecting that.