OK, like many people out there/here, I am waiting for Android to come to Verizon. To be honest, I am not too familiar with Android other than the little bits I have read on several sites including here. Since I do not have a device, it is almost foreign to me. 1. I know it has a bunch of apps similar to the iPhone 2. I know it is Google's Linux-type mobile OS 3. Previously, my cell phone was for making and receiving calls when not at home. This is supposed to get me into the 21st century. I am not a techno-geek (sorry, lack of a better term for you geniuses out there) but I keep up with technology and do know quite a bit. I can stumble my way through Linux on the computer. Now that I am waiting for a Verizon Android phone, what should I be doing to get educated? 1. The wiki states that apps can't be installed on the SD card. That's not good 2. Some other guides talk about rooting, un-rooting, etc. What or where can you learn about that type of "stuff"? In general, what can I do or where can I go to be ready when I purchase the Verizon Android?