I'll be buying one of these two phones in the next month. The problem is that no one seems to be comparing them directly. Differences: Droid is thinner and narrower Droid has a larger screen with 3x the pixels Droid has two docks with magnetic activation of apps Droid has a 550 MHz Cortex A8 vs. Moment's 800 MHz Arm11 (http://www.anandtech.com/gadgets/showdoc.aspx?i=3595&p=5 -- ARM estimates that the Cortex A8 is about 40% faster than the ARM11 at the same clock speed. In theory, the Moment and Droid should perform similarly, though that may not be the case due to additional factors (flash speed, RAM speed, OS version, drivers). Also, the Cortex A8's 3D chip is at least double the Moment's, so that will still be faster.) Verizon's plan for me is going to cost $95/mo vs. $60/mo w/ Sprint (Anytime Mobile Minutes only apply when you are on Sprint's network -- for me, that may be the thing that kicks me to Verizon) Droid includes a $50 class 6 16GB microsd card vs. 2GB w/ Moment Here's what I want to know: 1. Does the Moment have a notification light like the Droid? No. No one can find it if it does. 2. How fast is the browser/interface on the Moment vs. the Droid? Still not answered 3. The engadget reviewer hated the camera on both the Moment and Droid. Does that mean they equally suck? It's beginning to sound like the Moment's complaint is camera app startup speed while the Droid has that same problem plus inconsistent focus. The Droid also offers more camera control 4. Call range/quality differences? Seems pretty even here 5. Which keyboard is better (subjective, I know)? The more people weigh in, the more the Moment gets ahead on this. There's been a lot of hype behind the Droid and Android 2.0, but I'm wondering if, when you really get down to it, there really isn't that much difference between the Moment and the Droid, other than the physical difference. If they are pretty similar, then I want to save that $35/mo, which will be about $800 over the next 2 years. Has anyone seen both yet?