Bought a Droid X the day it was released here in the US. I've been impressed. It's my first smartphone and does everything I need it to do, and then some. Now I want to learn how to really grow with this phone and help it become an even more useful tool.
I'm a software engineer and one of the main things that attracted me to this phone is the possibility that if I put my mind to it, I could build an app that I need, my company needs, or someone else might need. I strongly believe in letting the computer do the work.
I also travel a lot. In about 10 days I'll once again be traveling to Asia and will really have to rely on the Droid X. Never used Skype before, never had a cell phone of my own that could function in multiple countries. The last time I was in Thailand I got concerned that yes I can pay to use a payphone in an emergency, but I wouldn't understand the menu options. I vowed never to be in a situation where I couldn't communicate if an emergency required it. That's also a top reason for me to get a Droid.
Well, that's it for an introduction. I'll probably add more later as time goes on.