So the Droid comes out Friday, and since I am a Verizon customer that is due for an upgrade, I couldn't be more excited. There are already a bunch of reviews floating around on the web, and I have read a handful of them (to be exact, I have read 3). I am just curious as to what your biggest concerns are at this point? I think I have 3 major concerns (maybe "major" isn't the correct word to use). 1.) Keyboard - I am the type of person that needs a physical keyboard. Most reviews at this point have said that they didn't really care for the keyboard at first, but then got used to it. Although this isn't necessarily bad news (afterall, they did get used to the keyboard) it makes me nervous about how the keyboard will work/feel. 2.) Lag when switching between home screens - This one isn't really a critical issue, but I can see this potentially getting annoying really quick. I have seen videos of what people are talking about, and it seems like when switching between your home screens, there is slight lag. It really isn't that bad, but it is definitely not as fast as the other parts of the software (the other parts are so fast!). 3.) Camera - Again, this one isn't really that critical because I am more interested in the phone part of this phone, but I am disappointed that early reviews of the camera are more negative than positive. The one complaint I do not understand, and maybe this is because I have never owned an Android phone, is that the music player app sucks. Engadget specifically said they were really disappointed. The thing is, when they showed the music player, I don't see how it was really THAT different from the iPhone/iPod? First you select Artists, Albums, Playlists, etc., then you get a list of Artist, Albums, Playlists, and then you make your selection of a specific thing to listen to. How is this any different from the iPod/iPhone? Are they upset that it is a "list view"? I hate using the "album flip" view on my iPod Touch, it is a huge waste of time. I prefer list view.