For those who returned their Evo for the DX, how are you liking the DX? I returned my Evo due to build quality and got the DX today. I'm going back and forth on whether to keep the DX or going back to the Evo or perhaps going for one of the Galaxy variants. Here's my personal take on Evo vs Droid. Pros for Droid. 1. Build quality. The DX just feels more solid than the Evo. Only concern I have about the DX is that the physical buttons feel a little flimsy...got me wondering if they are going to hold up over time with repeated use. 2. Internal memory. Out of the box with no apps installed, the Evo showed internal memory of around 350mb; the DX is showing around 6.8gb! Not sure what I would use all this for but nice not worrying about clearing out cache to free up memory. 3. Smoother scrolling, particularly noticeable in the app drawer. 4. Camcorder shoots much better video than Evo and audio quality is night and day between the two. 5. No 30fps cap. I don't know how significant this is since I dont play games on my phone but probably has something to do with the smoother scrolling. Pros for Evo. 1. Sense UI/eye candy. The droid x's UI seems like a hodgepodge of the stock UI and motoblur. Sense just seems more like a "finished" product. I know there's ADW or Launcher pro but I don't think they measure up to Sense IMHO. 2. Camera. The Evo camera seems much faster than the DX. The shutter lag was almost non-existent on the EVO. I am getting a slight lag on the DX. The lag isn't significant for most shots but trying to snap pics of my 5 yr old son requires a little more planning . Wish the DX had a shutter button on screen (I think the stock android has an on screen button. Don't know why it was taken out on the DX) 3. Browser. Reformatting of pages on zoom is a two step/two hand process on the DX (pinch/tap) whereas on the Evo it was just tap OR pinch. Also, copying text in the browser was really well done in the Evo (hard press/highlight)...still haven't figured it out on the DX but once again, I think it's a two hand process. 4. Keyboard. The htc keyboard has hard press for alternate input (eg. symbols/numbers) in addition to changing to numeric input. From what I've seen, the droid keyboard doesn't seem to have this. (btw, if anyone likes the HTC keyboard, I think there's an apk for it on xda developers called htc_ime mod. I have it installed on my G1 and it works quite well). One other thing I noticed is that the DX seems to get warmer during fairly normal use. I wouldn't say it gets "hot" but it's definitely noticeable and something I didn't feel on the EVO. And then there's still the issue of build quality on the Evo which doesn't seem to have been fully resolved based on what I've been reading. So anyway, I guess there's no one "perfect" phone...give up something to gain another. Still debating which features are most important to me.