If you're not getting better performance than your Droid 2, something's wrong, or you've got a rogue app hogging resources somewhere. I get better performance than my Droid 2 even when I'm locked to 3G/CDMA-only. Screen is better, response time on apps is better, WiFi is faster, and data is faster whether it's CDMA or LTE. Griping about ICS when there's only one phone that has it is also premature. If three more MONTHS go by without it, I'll probably get antsy, but it needs to be engineered to match the phone, and on top of that, approved by the carrier. And then, we may have another round of "point-oh release" issues; Google already has Android 4.0.3 out and is still tweaking it. I have no issues waiting until things are tuned. I'm not saying the Bionic hasn't had issues for some people --however some of the issues may be attributable to Verizon's 4G infrastructure as well. Most people who have the .893 and .901 updates have had at the very least a reduction in issues.