I went to the Verizon store a day after the Razr was released to check it out. I will have to say (yawn) I was not impressed at all. The ONLY feature that might best the X is the screen was really pretty. BUT the display screen is still the same size as the X, so nothing gained there. The Razr's screen did not have a screen protector on it, so the screen looks really bright and colorful, but the X's does to minus the screen protector. Overall, the Razr does add a larger glass area around the screen and it makes you think the screen it larger, but it is not. I tested the speed of my X against the speed of the Razr. I opened and played with apps on both phones at the same time and I did not notice any performance difference in the two phones. Remember, the Razr does have a dual core cpu, but it is clocked at only 1.2 ghz, which is really nothing in cpu speeds. Dual core only has a benefit if your phone is doing multiple things at once. So, when I was testing the X against the Razr and opening and playing with apps, I was only doing one thing at a time, so it was basically 1.0 ghz vs 1.2 ghz, which really did not amount to any difference in speed or performance. Mind you, my X was running completely stock speeds, no overclocking at that time. So, I cannot justify spending $300.00 for a phone that only has one real option my X does not have and that is 4G. I did not factor 4G into this because I do not even live anywhere close to a 4G area and 4G will probably not make it here for at least another year or two. You may have a Razr, you may love the Razr, and it is a nice phone and if someone gave me one free, sure I would probably take it and bury my X. But for $300.00...nope, not worth it. I really hope the Nexus does not pull another Motorola/VZW yawner like the Razr did.