So here is Engadget's Review of the N1: Exclusive: Google Nexus One hands-on, video, and first impressions -- Engadget The review is complete with photos and videos. If you read through the article, I think that what has resonated with other commentators is that the N1 doesn't resemble the game-changer that Google (or, should I say N1 fanboys) has hyped it up to be. From the article: "The thing that's struck us most (so far) about the Nexus One thus far is the fact that it's really not very different than the DROID in any substantial way." The thing Engadget mentions most is the "feel" of the phone, being slightly thinner than the iPhone. Where the DROID was a tenths of an inch thicker, the N1 is the same tenths thinner. I think the EPIC FAIL for the review was the video, whereby selecting one of the "live" wallpapers, the N1 FORCE CLOSES repeatedly. Reading through the article and seeing the video, other than some slick animations and some new widgets, quoting another article, "What was Google thinking of doing with this phone?" If it doesn't represent that quintessential iPhone killer status, delivers it on a TMo network (can't even work with at&t's 3G), and doesn't produce those "game-changing" Google things, how does this proffer anything more for those wanting on the sidelines? I guess I'm waiting for Google to announce at CES GoogleVoice mated with the Gizmo5 acquisition to provide VoIP from the gPhone. I want to hear a game changer. But until then, it doesn't appear to sound like the N1 offers anything more than a DROID has been offering with a ported 2.1. In fact, I think the bad thing for DROID owners will be the delay of 2.1 for the DROID. Why? Because the DROID with 2.1 will offer what the N1 failed to deliver: 2.1 on a phone with widespread 3G coverage and the fail safe voice network of VZW. The "speed" difference that Engadget has noted doesn't sound like much more than the 2.1 enhancements that DROID porters have already noted. What say you?