Update: This issue has been resolved for me on my phone. Hopefully this means that it is no longer a problem for anyone. Thanks Before you swap your Droid for another one because of funky sound or some other minor defect consider this. It has happened to me and it is being reported in numerous Droid forums, motorola support and Google forums, that once you swap your Droid, you will not be able to reinstall any Google protected apps that you have purchased and will not even be able to find them or any Google protected apps listed that you haven't even tried in the Android market. If you swapped your Droid, go to the market and search for "voice dial". You will get 9 hits. An original Droid that has not been exchanged will list 15 hits including the hot Google protected app Voice Dialer HF that does not show up in the 9 hits mentioned before. This needs to be addressed quickly. Not only are we being denied access to the best apps because of a faulty phone, the best app producers are going to lose a chance to sell their apps. DFXMobile, producer of Voice Dialer HF, is trying to make the point to Google that this need to be addressed quickly for the reputation of Droid and the Market community.