I've been looking forward to the Droid for months it seems, as it's the first smartphone that's been able to lure me away from the iPhone. For all of it's faults, the iPhone did what I needed it to do... except of course, make phone calls. So now that I've had the Droid in my hands for the last 3 days, I have to admit, I'm not feeling the love. I'm hoping other past iPhone owners will weigh in and persuade me, but here's my laundry list of things I'm sad about: 1. Form Factor - it feels like the phone is unbalanced in my hand. There's really no way to hold it in one hand and use it - unless you have really big hands. Bottom line, it just doesn't feel good to hold this phone. I'm not sure I can get over that. 2. The Market - lots of apps, but not so frutiful to search by keyword. I have yet to be able to locate OpenHome in the market, just lots of themes attached to it. I'm sure I can find it other ways, but frustrating to try and locate apps by type. 3. Browser - no easy way to go to the top of a webpage. I can't figure out how to get the search/URL box to show up without opening the keyboard, not so handy for 1 handed operation. The inability to zoom in on specific parts of the page is beyond frustrating - eg trying to browse this forum while on the Droid. I feel l ike I need a stylus, I've finally given up as I can never click the link or page number I'm trying to grab. 4. App management. I had a jailbroken iPhone and had Backgrounder installed on it. In order to multitask one had to be very purposeful about it, hold down the home button to close the app without shutting it down so that it will run in the background. Because of this, I rarely had apps left running that I wasn't aware of. On the Droid, I seem to find things running that make no sense at all. I don't like not having control of this function on the front end, versus having to look in the cue when my device slows down, or the battery drops. There are some things I really love about the Droid - open platform, Google experience, it's not Apple, the notification method is top notch and so much more reliable than the iPhone, navigation, speakerphone (fantastic). However, the browsing experience and form factor are pushing off the Droid. I'm seriously considering the Touch Pro 2 just because it will do the basic things I want it to do without the hassle of Android. Weirdly, I'm hoping someone will talk me out of it and into loving the Droid. I have such high hopes for the platform. Please only respond if you've owned an iPhone. Thanks.