This article was posted this morning on CNET comparing the quality of mobile screens of the Droid, Palm Pre, iPhone 3gS, Nexus One and the Samsung Behold II. CNET ranks the Droid as #1 of the five smartphones, having this to say: "The Droid achieved an incredibly impressive contrast ratio, given that it's not OLED-based. It also had the most-accurate colors of any of the phones as well as the sharpest text. Also, unlike the Nexus One, the Droid was capable of displaying 24-bit color. Its only glaring mistake was an overly reflective screen when viewed in a sunny, natural environment. Despite that, the Droid is clearly the performance winner, followed fairly closely by the Palm Pre Plus and the iPhone 3GS, which washes out color as a result of its superbright screen. Both the Behold II and the Nexus One have incredibly deep blacks, but they both oversaturate colors to the point that they're inaccurate and sometimes distracting. " (Battle Royale: Five smartphone screens face off | Dialed In - CNET Blogs) Anyway, not super exciting, but it's always good to see our favorite phone stand as king of the mountain. I apologize if this has been previously referenced.