I recently tried your new Droid X coming from my old Treo 700wx. I've been on the Treo for over 5 years now and very satisfied with no reason to leave. After hearing of all the functionality that your Droid X offers from the sales rep I was very excited to try it. However after trying it, I have been nothing but frustrated. I would think with a newer phone it would be able to do most of the things my old one could do, and more, but I later found that this is not the case. I wanted to pass on my feedback so maybe you can make your phones better in the future for us longtime smart phone users. Here is a list of some of the things I liked along with all the problems I found. If anyone can help me with some solutions for my problems, that would be wonderful... Likes... -8.0 pixel camera! Great camera! Love the video too! (No need for me to carry a camera around anymore) -Allows for up to 32gb of storage, enough for me to store all of my MP3 (No need to carry around a iPod anymore) -Built in GPS (No need to carry around my Bluetooth GPS receiver anymore) -Large screen! -The moving wallpaper is really cool, but not enough to make up for all of the missing functionality. -I like how it will read email to me, but I don't know how to stop it from reading everything on every screen to me, it's too much! Dislikes/Problems... -It turns on all by itself in my case? My case has a magnetic flap on it to keep it closed. A phone should not just turn on by itself when around a magnetic! -The home page doesn't rotate when it's on it side, but you offer car mounts and cradles on their side? If I'm going to store it on the side, I don't want to look at my icons sideways? -It doesn't sync well with outlook. Doesn't sync tasks or notes, but my Treo can, why is that? -I don't want to be notified every time I get an email, tried to turn this off but it didn't work? -I couldn't find a way to sync my favorites, and files with my computer like my Treo can (I used to use Activesync)? -I couldn't figure out how to watch Netflix movies from it, which I was told was possible? -It's pulling my contacts facebook pictures when I want that to pull from outlook? -It errors when trying to sync MP3's with MediaMonkey? -I can't play MP3's by genera? -The music keeps playing when trying to answer a call? My Treo pauses the music when a call comes in. -The battery dies really fast!! -I store phone number in outlook with text to the right of the number explaining what the number is for, but when I try to dial the number from the phone it thinks its all numbers and tries to call China? -I can't figure out how to edit my contacts notes from the phone to sync back to that contacts record in outlook? -I hate not having a front keyboard, it's very cumbersome to type without a keyboard!! -When I'm skiing I like to have buttons on the phone to change the songs from in my coat pocket. Without the keyboard, I would have to pull the phone out of my pocket every time I want to change the track. The Treo can do this. -It's very cumbersome to search for a contact, on the Treo I can search right from the homepage by just typing a couple digits of a name, I can't do this on the Droid, I have to first go into contacts, then touch search, then type, then click next. It takes too long!! -The MP3's play with a lot of interference (very scratchy). -The charging port is on the side, it works best if it's on the bottom so I can side into an upright docking station. -The alarm is too quite -It won't read off my calendar reminders to my like the Treo -The vibrator isn't strong enough, I miss a lot of my calls because I can't feel them. -The voice recognition is cool for composing emails, but not worth the trouble because it's still buggy and doesn't work good with background noise. I spend more time fixing its errors than I would spend just having a keyboard and typing it myself. -It's missing an infrared port for easy computer syncing? -Where's the stylus? Very cumbersome for us users with large fingers!