I'm at 15%, it was 100% when I unplugged. I did not bump charge.
Display - 60% - 58m
Cell Standby - 6% - 3h53m (time on without signal 0%)
Android system -6% - 6m 43s
DroidForums - 6m9s - 5%
Phone Idle - 4% - 2h53m
The rest is misc games (3% or less and maps/voice calls)
WTF IS WRONG?
I agree with the findings - my DX has very good battery life --- BUT --- it does not have LTE!!! I'm willing to sacrifice battery for LTE -- at least until the next LTE comes out - Bionic etc...
I believe this is a bump charge (copied from the first post in this thread). I'm gonna try this tonight while at work.
Update - I came across another technique, it sounds a little strange but it apparently came from HTC regarding the EVO...some users appeared to have experienced gains from it:
34. "Calibrate" battery - (1) Turn device ON, charge it for 8 hours (or until LED turns green), (2) unplug and turn it OFF, plug it back in and charge for 1 hour (or until LED turns green), (3) unplug and turn it ON, wait 2 minutes, turn it OFF, plug it back in, and charge for 1 hour (or until LED turns green), (4) unplug it, turn it ON, and use normally.