I would like to get rid of my ipod so that I only have to carry around one device with me. I currently have a Droid Incredible but I've determined there's no way it could replace my ipod. The headphone has slight noise at low volumes (this is probably a defect, I have a refurb) and the battery barely lasts long enough as it is, let alone using it for music all day. I've been thinking about switching to a Droid X. I really like the smooth/quickness of my Inc, but I think the Droid X is overall better. Bigger screen, much better battery life, questionably better signal/call quality, and its Verizon's current flagship phone, meaning more accessories and better support. I think the thing to push me over the edge is if it's good enough to be my dedicated mp3 player. I have about 45GB of music so I obviously won't be able to carry it around all the time. The Inc could come close with a 32GB card and 8GB internal storage. I know the Droid X has 8gb internal as well, but apparently you can't write to that...its only for apps? Seems like kind of a waste since no one is ever going to fill it up with 8GB of apps, lets alone even 1 or 2 GB. I like using the line out dock on my ipod for better SQ in my car (versus the 3.5mm jack). I realize this isn't an option with the DX, so I'm wondering how good the sound quality is at higher volumes (since I'd set the volume to 100% and then control the rest with my car stereo). I've found the DInc to become somewhat distorted when its real loud, but again this could be a defect. I'm not looking for audiophile quality, I just want it to sound as good as it does on my ipod or any other mp3 player I've owned. Note that I don't need it for working out, I already have a Sansa Clip+ I use for that, which has a microsd slot - making it all more convenient for me to just swap a card between the droid and it. And I don't want this to be an Inc vs X thread, but if any of you reading this happen to have come from an Inc, are there any complaints you have or things you miss (other than the Sense UI)?