It seems like a lot of people create threads complaining about some specific thing that the DROID doesn't do. Or, how this stock app or that stock app sucks. Frankly, I think the DROID does a great job at a LOT of things. But mostly, I like the platform (both physical and OS-wise) of the DROID and how it allows us to customize it with third party apps to make it do what each of us needs it to do. Take your PC or laptop ... or Mac. You didn't just buy it, take it home, plug it in and it did EVERYTHING you wanted it to do, did you? No, I didn't think so. I don't like Internet Explorer (except for a few tasks), so I have 4 browsers on all of my machines. Each of them do certain things really well, so I have more than just one. I hate Windows Media Player, so I use Media Player Classic for most of my media playing needs; but not all. And there are several other common ones out there as well. For photo editing, I turn to Adobe's Photoshop. But there are a plethora of other softwares out there for editing photos. We all have a favorite. And then there's CD and/or DVD burning and mp3 management. Probably about 4 thousand different ways to email, IM, or what-have-you. Do you use MS Office, Corel, iWork, Google Docs, or OpenOffice for creating documents, spreadsheets, or presentations? So the DROID does a lot of things well. But not unlike your PC or MAC, it's going to need apps installed to do what you want it to do. It's up to you to find those apps. And this forum is a great place to turn to when you can't find the perfect app on your own.