I went to the Verizon store today and checked out the DX2. I love the screen. The extra resolution makes that much more information visible and its very bright as well. The greens on the DX2 pop more too. Not all apps know how to fill the screen though. I downloaded and ran System Panel (great app). It reported about 50mb memory free which was 13% of memory. That means the DX has 384MBof RAM whereas the DX has 512MB. That really sucks, Moto is cheaping out on the important stuff. This could be the reason some are seeing long turn-on times, perhaps as the launcher (or screen lock?) is swapped back into memory. The SD card seemed to be a 4gb card. Check if you buy a DX2 because its advertised as 8gb. I also ran Speedtest.net on my DX and the DX2. The DX2 was almost as fast as the DX (2000mb down DX vs 1800mb down DX2), however the DX was significantly faster on uploads - 800-900mb/sec vs 500-600mb/sec. Not sure if that's an anomaly or not. FYI I was testing this in King of Prussia, PA. There's no setting on the DX2 to turn off "swipe to unlock", which the original build of the DX had and which setting survived the upgrade to Froyo. I tried the "No Lock" app but its not the same, it also turns off timed password locks which is not what I want. Maybe Tasker could help here. Wow, that screen is impressive. Why, Moto, why did you cheap us out on the RAM?