I'm not crazy about my Delve and want to get a Droid, but I'm worried the Droid will have the same problems. 1. I use several automated phone systems where I need the screen lit and the numerical pad on for quite some time. The Delve options are 7 seconds, 15 seconds, 30 seconds, and always. In most cases, 30 isn't long enough and always drains the battery. How does the Droid compare? 2. The one thing I actually like about the Delve is that I can turn the volume up to max and use it like speakerphone, without actually using the speakerphone option. It's loud enough that I can hear it, but someone across the room can't. It seems the Droid has some sort of sensor near the earpiece. Is that going to make it impossible to use, holding it in front of my face or putting on my desk, without using the speakerphone? 3. I often cradle the phone between my ear & shoulder. Several people have complained that the Droid screen is too sensitive and their face ends up dialing, hitting mute, hanging up, etc. Has that problem been resolved? 4. I use my Delve a lot, and I noticed that after about 4 months, the screen got out of alignment. I had to tap above or beside what I really wanted to touch. It has gotten worse with time. I will say that I like being able to use a fingernail to dial on the Delve. My understanding is that Droid screen works more like an iPod Touch, which means you can't use a nail (or stylus) but must use flesh. Is that right? Do those screens tend to get out of alignment? MTIA.