This new stuff is very foreign to me. I've been using PalmOS going back to my first Treo 90 PDA probably ten years ago. After that I moved to a Treo 600p and then a 700p. But the 700 died on me over the weekend and now I have a Droid. So far it seems like a nice step up. Already have called on the navigation and browser quite a bit and it's faster than the Treo while doing a lot more. Not going to go to the "why did I stick with the Treo for so long?" thing since I don't like to jump from device to device often, and it had been working well for what it was supposed to do. Only thing to do immediately is moving my contacts over. Fortunately I had backed up everything on the Treo just a couple weeks ago so I have access to all my contacts on my PC, but I'm wondering if I have to go through and manually punch them into the Droid or if there's a way to easily export them out of the Palm software and somehow copy the resulting file onto the Droid where it can easily import the contacts. I exported the contacts as a CSV file but the Droid didn't seem to know what to do with it. Other than that it appears to be a fairly drama-free switch. I imagine the wife, who's also been a long-time Palm user who currently has a Palm Pre, is looking to see when she's eligible for something new so she can make the same trade.