Holy crap what a difference. I still use my old iPhone as a glorified iTouch and media player for my Ford Sync system plus I still have a very nice dock I use it with on occasion. Well this weekend, I took it inside (it normally stays in the car 24/7) and proceeded to browse the internet using my wifi at my house. To say the difference is noticeable is an understatement. I couldn't believe how much better the Droid's screen is for browsing and just overall speediness of the phone itself over the iPhone. The pinch to zoom on the iPhone was the only thing that I actually liked better. Everything else, was much worse. The resolution of the iPhone pales in comparison and looks rather horrible when compared with the Droid. Also, just the speed of browsing is so much better on the Droid. To give an example, when browsing these forums, I couldn't scroll down 1/2 page before seeing the checkerboard pattern while the phone waited to load that part of the page. Whereas with the Droid, you can scroll top to bottom in a split second with no loading as you go required. Oh, one more thing, people always say the iPhone is so easy to use, but IMO, Android is almost as user friendly and if you know how the menu system works, it's just as easy to use. Seriously, there are quite a few settings on the iPhone that are buried in a series of menus just like Android. Plus, with speech to text and Swype, I don't know how it gets any easier than that! Even after a month's worth of use, I still "play" with my Droid constantly. My iPhone never saw this much use even when it was new. That's how cool the Droid is and has managed to keep my interest. I am on the fence currently about rooting it, but that doesn't surprise me since I still haven't jailbroken my old iPhone. Overall however, the screen is the main thing that immediately jumps out at you. It's that beautiful on the Droid compared to the iPhone. Heck, it's that beautiful even compared to the newest of phones cough, cough Incredible/N1. I think I saw a thread for Droid converts to the Incredible where they were griping how the screen wasn't as good as the Droid's. Let's just hope Motorola doesn't f up what is turning out to be Droid's killer app IMO. Anyway, not really sure why I just wasted your time for reading this and my time with making this post, but just to say with so many threads griping about this or that, I am still 1000% pleased with the iPhone/Droid, ATT/Verizon switch I made. I can't imagine not having an Android device now that I've "seen the light" so to speak when compared with iPhone OS no matter what revision.