So I couldn't resist and stopped by a Verizon store and spent about an hour playing with a Droid X along side my EVO. Of course I wanted to see if I'd really miss the perceived difference in speed due to the FPS cap. What I ended up concluding is that I like the EVO scrolling between screens better. The X moves really fast, but it's completely mechanical, there is nothing smooth about it like the EVO. I guess my point is that I prefer the scrolling where my eyes can follow what's leaving the screen and what's coming into it as opposed to just being there all of a sudden. So the question is that if they do something about FPS will our screen be all mechanical and lose it's smoothness? Also, is it possible that HTC did this on purpose (slow the scrolling so your eyes can actually follow what's going on)? IMO all the obsession with "snappiness" is going to degrade the user experience. I'd rather have something smooth and engaging than just pretty much robotic. Aside from that, the Droid X screen is very dull, even on full bright it's dull. The camcorder is pretty nice, but it felt cheap in my hands, more plasticky, especially the buttons. The blur or whatever is boring and the accessory widgets (wifi,gps,airplane mode) look HORRIBLE! The gallery app tray is very cool. I left even more happy with my EVO. But it does benchmark really well.