This is a mini review of the Droid Pro coming from a Droid X user's perspective. Pros Motoblur is actually snappy on the Droid Pro, and transitions are smooth, contrary to vanilla Droid X motoblur. Green LED notification (a la blackberries, except its not red) Running Quadrant score gave consistent mid 1500's result. The CPU responds well to opening/closing applications. Its essentially the same speed as stock Droid X, maybe even snappier and faster Battery life is great, with all radios enabled. Switching 'global' to 'CDMA only' has helped with battery life Not sure if its an isolated case, but the Droid Pro seemed to have better reception inside thick buildings than the Droid X. Took a couple days to get used to the form factor with portrait keyboard. Once you're used to it, the combination is seamless. I would have to say this is a productivity beast as its the first Android phone with a portrait keyboard. Cons Screen resolution isn't up to par with its competitors, even at 3.1 inches. However, one cannot notice it by looking at the device alone. If you're going from iP4 to a Droid Pro, you'll notice a difference Running flash on the browser is not as smooth as the Droid X. I was getting a lot of jerky playback from trying to view trailers (Trailer Addict- Movie Trailers) Battery life was atrocious when handed to us from Verizon. Had to change some settings in order to get much better battery life. MUST things to do upon receiving your Droid Pro Get LauncherPro (free) Change 'Global mode' to 'CDMA only' (Settings -> Wireless and Networks -> Mobile networks -> Network Mode -> CDMA) Root your Droid Pro (search for 'z4root' in marketplace) Upon rooting your phone, try these 'root' specific applications. They're free and can be found in the marketplace Adfree (removes ads in your browser and in ad supported applications) Autokiller (this is not a task killer app, but a task memory management application. this can help provide a smoother UI experience, and extend your battery life) Wireless Tether (free wireless tethering) This is a must buy if you're mulling switching over from a blackberry to Android for the first time.