I'm very intrigued by the Droid X2 and I'm tempted to switch from my iPhone when it comes out. I have a few questions that are nagging me about Android and would like your help before making a decision. I'm used to the Apple OS - had a 3G, 3GS and now the iPhone 4. I owned an HTC Evo for the 30 day trial period before getting the iP4 and wasn't too thrilled over the package. The hardware wasn't up to the quality I was used to and the OS seemed less intuitive than iOS. I'm thinking I just didn't give it a fair shake and am being tempted back. Is the native Google Nav app resident in the Android OS memory like Navigon on the iPhone, or are all the POI's/maps downloaded on the fly? Is there a media player similar to the iPhone's for Android? Have they gotten the camera software issues figured out yet? The Evo apparently had some older codecs that provided sub-optimal video recording. Unsure about the Droid X/X2. Music/movies - what's the easiest/most efficient source for these for Android and is there an "iTunes" for Android that makes organizing my media fairly straightforward? Rooting/custom ROMs - all I want is to get rid of bloatware. What is needed on the Droid X/X2 (assuming they will be similar)? I want everything else to be as it came from the factory, except the Verizon crap. The Cloud. I'm not a fan of sharing all my personal stuff for the sake of having an easy back-up. I had no clue I had to sign up for a gmail account when I bought the Evo. Is there a way to prevent all of my data from being sent to the cloud with Android? OS updates. If I get a Droid X2, how long does Android usually support a phone with OS updates? I think iPhones are good for a couple of years. Can you still zoom in on a web page and the browser re-formats the page with larger text? I really liked that feature. I know I'll have more questions and greatly appreciate any input provided.