Well....after a few weeks with the droid, I can say that I really like it in a lot of respects. However I think I have come to the realization that I just might not be a smart-phone kind of guy. While I love all of the features, apps and overall slickness to the interface while I am sitting at my desk, I start to get irritated at how many features there are once I am on the road. All of the little menu's and smallish touch buttons are distracting while driving. For driving, I think you need a simple device, with big buttons/display. For example, last.fm is a very cool streaming music player that allows you to skip songs while driving.....oops, hit the wrong button...now I have a search menu up...damn, have to hit the small "back" touch button, shit hit the go button, now it's searching the internet for what ever key combo I just pressed, have to hit the smallish "home" touch button, now bring up the apps menu, now navigate back to where I was before......all while trying not to run off the road. The device (to me) is just too complicated to make a good car player unless you are the kind of guy that can just set and forget until you stop the car. Bluetooth doesn't do voice commands....yet. however there is an again small touch button on the screen for that...shit hit the wrong thing....slam brakes to avoid collision with cars in front of me....F#$ck this Camera sucks (not just the auto focus issue, the lag from snap to actual pic), but may be fixed in the Dec. 11th update. Someone may come up with a car app that addresses these issues but I don't know if I can wait. Again, while sitting at my desk....I love it.... I think it's more of a two handed device, or I'm just not agile enough with my hand/thumb to do it safely while driving. I guess I'm just a simple man and need a simple phone!