I've now owned a Droid X for just under 1 week. Between my own poor battery life issues and what I've read of various threads (GPS Bug/50% Signal Bug) on different forums I have to believe that the short battery life dilemma is very widespread. My main question is does anybody know definitively if Motorola is working on this? I have owned dozens of battery powered phones, MP3 players, GPSs, cameras, kid toys, etc to know that what we are experiencing with the DX is far from normal. My phone can now go from 100% to 20% within 2 hours with nothing more than a couple of phone calls. I've continued to remove apps, leaving GPS off, increasing refresh times for email, and anything else I can think of or have read. Nothing seems to really make much of a difference when you look at the big picture. Don't get me wrong, other than this I love the Droid X. I'm surprised that Apple fans haven't grabbed a hold of this and run with it as a defense to the iPhone Death Grip. I have to say that a phone with a weak signal is going to work better than a phone with a dead battery. I won't even bring the car dock into this conversation at this point, that's a whole different story which I believe is even worse than the stand-alone phone battery issue. Not ready to throw in the towel! Yet!