I'm one of those Apple converts who wonders why he ever spent so many years in PC misery since going to a Macbook last December. In my not-so-humble opinion, nothing comes close to a Mac. Nothing. To me, a Mac does everything much better. That said, one would think I would have been on the iPhone bandwagon years ago. Since I have a wireless career background, I knew that going to AT&T would be a mistake, and I was willing to sacrifice getting an iPhone because I was not willing to give up my excellent and near-perfect Verizon service. I'm glad I waited. My Droid is everything I could ever want in a phone. It is, in effect, a handheld computer in every respect. What matters most to me is the amount of customization I can do, and the multi-tasking. I even use the physical keyboard for applications such as Excel, where the built-in mouse moves my cursor with more precision than is possible with on-screen keystrokes. So, while I love my Mac and my iPod Touch, my Droid has become my lifeline and something I cannot live without.