I am on my third exchanged phone for a variety of reasons. I have a 41/09 device that is repeatedly crashing whenever I try to compose an email with the native gmail app. I have duplicated it over and over again. There is a lot of debate as to whether these crashing phones are experiencing a hardware or a software problem. This seems like a software problem, and could be related to how the new 2.0 OS deals with memory, etc. I would like to think that an software update would fix it. There is no doubt that Verizon and Google are aware of the high number of phones that crash software. Problem is, I bought my phone at Walmart, and they are about done with my replacement requests. My store and the next closest store who sells Verizon is out of the Droid. I bought my phone on December 6, so I'd like clarification on what happens when Walmart's 30 days of support ends. On December 6, can I take my Droid to a VZW corporate store and get a warranty replacement without any issues? I don't want to get a hard time because I bought it at Walmart. Someone has to honor the warranty, right?