I've had my Motorola Droid a few weeks now and have been pleasantly surprised to find that browsing the Web is actually enjoyable. This is mainly because of a large high resolution screen and browsers like Dolphin or xScope and, perhaps, lack of flash. I'm typing this on my notebook and, in other tabs, sites are blinking, flashing, playing unwanted video and audio clips and waiting for me to inadverently draw the cursor over a target so they can pop-up some irritating nonsense. Do I really want all this crap on my phones already limited workspace? Adobe says Flash will only be available for the Droid and Nexus, which leads me to suspect it's going to be a memory and processor hog. While there are sites I can't access for lack of flash, more and more sites offer content specifically formatted for mobile and many sites browse very nicely. If the flash-laden sites want me to visit, they can give me a mobile friendly option or I can find a competitor who will. I know I'll try it, but it will take some convincing.