I've had this thing for less than 3 days thus far. There's plenty of things I love, a few things I hate. But first, a few of the latter: - No hands-free dialing with bluetooth. What the heck, voice activated commands are on the phone. It's a simple link to make it work, Google, what's going on? - When using voice activated calling, it asks you to verify which of the numbers you want to call. Isn't that what defaults are for? Bad, bad design. - When using voice activated navigation, it doesn't check your contacts list first. Are you seriously asking me to verify which John Smith I'm looking for in the nation when there's only one in my contacts list? - There's videos that "Cinema" will play just fine that "Gallery" doesn't think is "acceptable". Also, Gallery doesn't check for video deletion. - Answering calls while the phone's in the media dock/charger is kind of a hassle - There's no way to "consolidate" multiple calls between the same contact in a row. This means that a round of phone tag will use up every entry in your list. And of course, some issues: I used iTunes to convert my entire collection (Apple Lossless) to a new folder in HE-AAC format. When playing on the Droid, the songs sound fantastic, but come with two major caveats: 1. Occasionally it will stop playing. Period. No next song, no funny noise, it just stops playing. This is while locked; the screen is off. 2. It doesn't detect all the songs. There's about 5500, so I'm not sure if there's an upper song limit or if there's something in the filename or tag that the Android's default music player can't read. It's kind of annoying tho. Also, I downloaded an app to "Enable Bluetooth Music Buttons" in non-default apps. After clicking its "Enable" button, Bluetooth music buttons no longer work in anything. Is there a fix for my dumb mistake? Factory reset, perhaps? The common stuff (it's heavy as sin, battery life isn't so hot) about the Droid specifically isn't as much of a problem. I'm well aware how much Motorola crammed in there and I appreciate that they did so while keeping the battery and internal memory removable to boot. I kinda just wished they'd packed a Mini-USB to Micro-USB adapter just so I could use my old car plug. Anyone know of a good case for this thing? Something that stays wrapped around it?