Hey guys. I had a quick question about two different plans with Verizon. I'm planning on buying the droid (or similar android device) in the few upcoming weeks. I looked over the plans for android phones and ... here's what confuses me: Plan #1: If you go here and enter your zip code, and look at the "PDA/Smartphone Nationwide Email" plan for $79.99 - it includes: 1.) 450 minutes, 2.) unlimited mobile to mobile, 3.) unlimited night/weekends, 4.) Domestic long distance, 5.) Unlimited web browsing/email 6.) and $.20/message texting --$79.99/month. Plan #2: If you go to the same link, and select the 39.99 voice plan (Nationwide Basic 450), then add the $29.99 Data plan for Smartphones, then add $5 texting plan - it comes out to $75/month and includes: 1.) 450 minutes, 2.) unlimited mobile to mobile, 3.) unlimited night/weekends, 4.) Domestic long distance, 5.) Unlimited web browsing/email 6.) 250 text messages/month --$74.99/month. So wtf? Why would anyone select the $80 plan and pay 20 cents/txt rather than the $40 voice plan and add the same stuff in the $80 plan PLUS 250 text messages for LESS monthly cost? I'm must be missing something, right? What am I missing? I'm assuming both include GPS since they are android phones, right? Or is that what the $80 plan has over the $75? What's everyone else going with? Thanks.