Re: Motorola Droid Returned
If the battery life was a problem for you plan on never getting a smartphone. These are mini-computers and, if you are lucky and don't use your phone constantly, you MAY get a full day out of them.
As for your other issues if you do a little research you will find:
Shouldn't have to constantly toggle gps. Smart to shut down wi-fi and bluetooth when not in use, but not necessary. There are many apps to manage these things for you, some automatically.
Task killer can cause as many problems as they supposedly cure. One issue with task killers can be lagginess as the phone is constantly having to restart processes you killed.
Garbled calls could be a hardware issue, my call quality is awesome.
Clunkiness is a matter of subjectiveness. I find the Droid on par with other smartphones for doing things like initiating calls, etc...
Enjoy your envy.