So after I finally got my new droid, I turned the phone over and noticed a nice DENT in the speakerphone grill...sound familiar! After trying my best to remove the dent from the delicate sticker, I was still not happy with the results. So after searching the net looking for a replacement sticker with no success, I decided to fix this problem myself. After much consideration and trial & error, I discovered that the best material to use to replace the sticker was solid brass mesh. It has to be just the right MPI (mesh per inch) not to interfere with the sound quality of the speakerphone. And it also has to be thin enough to fit underneath the battery cover without raising it more than a mm. Here are the results... I had to buy the material in bulk, so if anyone is interested in a cheap fix to "droid dent", feel free to hit me up at elijah(dot)357(at)hotmail(dot)com. This isnt rocket science, anyone can fix this problem themselves. Its finding the right materials thats the challenge. Bronze mesh looks better, but it turns dark really fast...brass doesn't tarnish. Stainless is another possiblity, but the brass looks closer to factory in my opinion? Anyway... I hope this info helps those who are OCD like myself when it comes this issue. I wish motorola would have done this to begin with. Outside of this small cosmetic problem, the droid is awesome!