I bought a manufacturer refurbished motorola droid off of eBay to replace my current one that the speaker stopped working on. After syncing with my google and verizon accounts everything seemed fine until I noticed that I couldn't pull the notification bar down. It behaved as if the touch screen was dead there but otherwise worked fine. I tried doing a manufacturer reset and it still behaved the same. I ended up sending the phone back to the seller, who has since told me: This does not make sense to me. I thought that the pull down notification bar was one of the main features in Android 1.0 but maybe I am wrong. Perhaps all this phone needs is a software update. That would be nice as he wants to charge me a 20% restocking fee for returning the phone which to me is unusable without the notification pulldown. Any wisdom or advice on this? I know I should have noted the firmware and Android Version before sending it back but I neglected to. I assumed it would be pretty straightforward that the seller would exchange it for a working phone.