I was thinking on a long car ride home yesterday about the usefulness of my Droid for lots more than just a phone. Although newer phones have hit the market with new bells and whistles, I am still very happy with this phone I purchased over a year ago now. Unlike previous (dumb) phones I've had in the past, I'm thinking this "phone" will likely be re-purposed rather than retired if and when I upgrade it next year to get something that supports 4G with a front-facing camera (and root-able of course). I'm assuming that if the Droid does not have an associated 3G/voice plan associated with it, it will still connect to a wi-fi signal right? I also assume it will still get a GPS signal? If so, I see no reason (other than that the new phone will also do these things) to keep using my original Droid as a GPS device, a gaming device, and a web browser much the same way an iPod Touch would be used. Anyone else thinking about ways to reuse this device rather than retire/recycle it when they decide to upgrade for whatever reason?