I've been messing with settings and tweaking my stuff, and it seems like using the browser and SNES burns way more than if I am watching a movie or listening to music. The latter doesn't make sense to me because streaming from pandora would also presumably use the data connection too... Anyway, I realized today: batteries are 30$. My phone lasts most of my HEAVY HEAVY use days, but I tend to tone it down at the end to conserve batteries, or be reluctant to fire up Link to the Past. Batteries are 30$. I'm wondering why not just buy one, keep it in my bag, and play HD movies and browse the web 24/7, just swapping out my battery if it dies later in the day. I feel like I forgot this was one of the reasons I bought a droid -- its not an iPhone, and battery life isn't absolute when its swappable for immediate continued use.