So I decided to head over to Verizon Wireless to discuss my Droid 3 battery. My deal is that I charged my phone to 100% overnight and unplugged it this morning. After 5 hours, I was alerted with 5% battery life so I decided to head to the Verizon Store. I wanted to show the tech there that after 5 hours and 18 minutes, my phone battery had gone from 100% charge to 5% with 1 phone call, 2 text messages and no other use. I showed him the battery statistics which were: Cell Standby 32% Bluetooth 31% Phone Idle 31% Voice Calls 3% Android OS 2% Display 2% He looked at these stats and then the phone died. So we re-charged it and then I listened to his advice. He checked that my phone was already setup for the Nighttime Power Saver, CDMA Network only and WiFi off. He decided to turn off my Bluetooth and told me that I need to turn it on and off every time that I get in and out of my car (which personally seems ridiculous to me, I did not have to do this on my OG Droid) but he says this is a Droid problem. I explained that I am not a power user and just making simple phone calls and texts but he then says I have too many Apps installed and need to download Task Manager. I was going to mention that no tasks showed up under battery usage but I did not feel like getting into an argument. Anyway, I left there with them saying I should try out no Bluetooth and Task Manager and if it does not significantly improve battery life then I can come in for a new battery. Am I crazy for wanting a phone that lasts more than 6 hours and I don't have to constantly switch Bluetooth on and off. I never experienced these problems with the OG Droid. Any suggestions?