Pardon my vent, but I was curious to see the reactions of some other original Droid owners who moved to the Droid 2. I personally had a Droid which had a malfunctioning hardware keyboard (my fault--got it wet), so I jumped to the Droid 2 as soon as I could get a decent upgrade deal. After 2+ weeks with the Droid 2, I have to say, there are some disappointing factors--some big deals, other nuisances--that cause me to yearn for the experience I had with the original Droid. Maybe some of you can help check my head, or even offer some advice if I'm missing the boat. Here are my complaints so far: Bluetooth Audio doesn't connect with my car as reliably as the Droid Bluetooth audio experiences frequent audio cutouts Bluetooth audio usually starts the default media player automatically, even though I never use it. I noticed this a bit on the original Droid, but not nearly as often. It's really annoying to have to always turn off the media player to listen to ACast (or nothing at all). The Droid 2 has easily crashed more times in these two weeks than the original did in 6+ months. Phone contacts linked with Facebook contacts don't show the person's phone numbers anymore. This is really annoying when trying to dial someone by pulling up their contact. Navigation still can't pull up a contact's address by voice command (probably still an issue on the Droid, but had to mention it) I think I just prefer the "stock Android" interface to any of the manufacturer skins. It's more intuitive to me--or at least easier to get used to. For example, the Moto messaging app is a jumbled mess. It took me about 14 seconds to start using K-9 again. OK, here's a really nit-picky one... When choosing a contact to navigate to, it brings up the list of all of your contacts instead of just your contacts with street addresses as the original Droid did. With that said, there are a few bright spots: The hardware keyboard is noticeably nicer on the Droid 2 than the original The camera is MUCH faster, if not any better in terms of image quality Since I'm still within the 30-day return period, I'm seriously considering switching to something else, though I really don't know where to go. There is nothing like the original Droid anymore in Verizon's lineup. All are heavily-manufacturer-skinned Android-like phones. My wife got the Incredible, and though HTC's sense is quite different as well, I think they did it better than Moto. That's about the only seemingly better option for me at the moment. Would love to hear any thoughts or counterpoints others have.