I know this has been said before, but I'm inviting the Droid lovers to convince me otherwise... but have I made up my mind? Bought the Moto Droid almost 4 weeks ago, so I'm running out of time on the 30 days, but as much as I've wanted to I have not fallen in love with or gotten completely used to the Droid. Don't confuse that with the Android market... That I do love, but I'm talking strictly about the Motorola pocket. It's a good product, but I am beginning to appreciate the Eris more and more. Yes, the screen is smaller and the resolution is not as crisp, and if I decide to go with the Eris I think that will be my chief regret, but frankly I'm thinking other aesthetics will make up for it. I had to return my Moto Droid today because the hinge became VERY loose and was sliding open just about all the time. Also, the battery cover ended up on the floor more than once from very simple handling. Now my phone has not been locking up or suffering some of the performance issues I've read about, but the sheer mechanics of the phone have been a disappointment. And I just CAN'T seem to get use to the lack of a physical call (send) button (which the Eris has) that will launch my call log. This is especially troubling for me while driving. I just can't seem to get to my contacts quickly... I found this pretty easy (even one handed) with my old BB Curve and came a lot closer to it today playing with the Eris (it's smaller and the trackball WORKED). I also spoke with several Verizon store workers today who carried the Eris and they showed me some other points on Aesthetics that I liked (minor, but they are adding up) - The earpiece screen is not recessed, and therefore not a lint trap like on the Droid, I like the cases/holsters better, battery cover, and a few more. Yes, I know the memory differences and yes, I know the Eris runs 1.5 and Droid runs 2.0, but while I was actually in the store today a regional manager was there and told me they actually hope to have the long rumored Eris 2.0 push out next week and not in January to help Christmas sales. We'll see, but even without it, I don't rely on the phone for "spoken" directions. I have and like my GPS, but I do like the google maps on the Droid, which the Eris still has only without the spoken voice. I also didn't find it any slower. I realize that the processor is slower, but frankly they seemed pretty much on par to me. What I did not like about the Eris included it's lag time to go in the horizontal view mode, but the pinch zoom did make up for this (for me, anyway). I also like that the charger is on a mini USB instead of the Micro USB. Means my old car charger from my BB will work. I know that the Micro USB is being talked about being the industry standard, but I figure a better phone will be out in two years (or sooner) and I can worry about it then. So, unless I hear back something earth shattering that I'm just not seeing, I think I'll be swapping the Droid for the Eris... I'll miss several things, but feel like I'll be gaining more for my personal use. Like I said, the biggest thing I'll miss is the gorgeous screen on the Droid (and Google Skymaps is just stunning on this screen), but having the physical call and end buttons, and even the "familiar" (from BB days) trackball always available as opposed to the thumb toggle (and the physical keyboard HAS to be open to use this) trumps this for me... I know I'm going back and forth in this (and rambling a bit), but this is exactly what I'm going through... anything else I'm just not thinking of?