Rookie-noob question... My wife is thinking to make the big switch from original iPhone to something with Android. She loves my Droid, but she's also had her eye on the Nexus One and possibly, the new Motoroi that may come out in March. (Kinda like Droid plus 8mp camera, HDMI out, HiDef recorder, minus keyboard). We were at Verizon and the rep told us about all the fancy things we could do "because" of the keyboard, and yes, he said we could actually install different ROMS and it would be like having a new and different phone as often as we like. Apparently, the subject is not "taboo" as Verizon, or at least, not for this rep. But was it true? If she went with Nexus, would she have access to a all the new ROMS and mods that the Droid has access to? Or is all this modifying only possible because we have a keyboard to make all this magic happen? I poked around some of the other boards and didn't see near the frenzied pace of developmental activity that we see on the Droid every day. Again, is this success due in part to simply having not only an open platform, but a keyboard that makes all this possible?