Hello, I've been a Moto Droid owner for about 2 1/2 months now. I've not had too many issues with the phone other than the occasional lockup -- requiring me to remove/reseat the battery. However, I had something quite unusual occur this morning. Last night I got home and realized that I'd left my charging cable at work. I figured "no problem" and simply powered off the phone. And by "off" I mean completely off by holding the power button and selecting "power off". When I powered it off last night the battery still had more than a 50% charge on it. I woke up this morning at attempted to power the phone back on and had no luck. I removed/reseated the battery just to see and still no luck. When I got to work, I made one last ditch effort and plugged the phone into the charger. It powered on immediately and when it got to the unlock screen, the phone indicated it had less than a 5% charge. I'm kind of at a loss for how the battery could have possibly drained 50% when the phone was completely off. The best I can figure is that something hung during the shutdown process and the phone never actually powered off. Has anyone else experienced this and/or have any suggestions? This is only the second time I've ever shut the phone off for any reason, so I'd really like to know if this is going to become a common occurance. FYI, I have the Droid power widget, weather channel widget, and pandora widget all running. I am certain that Pandora was not running at the time, however. I should also mention, I did use the search function before posting. I didn't really see anything else relating specifically to my issue. If I missed a post, I apologize in advance.