So I have my new droid and it is not without remorse that I have given up my Storm. Comparing the two I find that the storm is both a superb phone and e-mail device and the droid is a great browser with lots of great apps. It however, is not a great phone or e-mail device. It appears to have been designed by a group of propeller heads at Motorola who were looking for clever cool way to do things not a platform for power users of communication devices. Why would you need to push a top button and move a silly dial to use a touch screen phone? For those of you thinking that you may want to us a holster with a magnet to carry your phone donít, the magnet will turn the device on and your movements will create all kinds of confusion with your data. Funny both Verizon and Motoís tech support didnít know this and acted like I was the cause of these data problems. Hmmmm. I also received this grain of wisdom from the Moto tech to do a hard boot e.g. pull the battery after you load an app because any new app can cause problems after loading Ė in my case my e-mails stopped working! I havenít given up yet (I still have my Storm) but I am getting close even with its great browser the Jury is still out on Droid. By the way the next time you call Tech Support ask them what phone they use so far out of 5 calls none had a droid as of yet.