I have the froyo 2.2 update on my Droid X (Verizon), and I really do not see what the fuss was all about regarding performance enhancements, particularly on the speed front. At best the screen refreshes, app initiation, and webpage loading are at the same speed as with 2.1. But there are some very annoying differences which are undoubtedly slower. The worst is the screen orientation detector. More often than not, the Droid X incorrectly estimates the current orientation when I turn on the phone (when already powered up), and I'm constantly having to flip the orientation around. It's really annoying and not something I had a problem with in 2.1 (although I do appreciate that I can now do both clockwise and counterclockwise rotations). In addition, I have many more instances in which button presses are ignored. I often have to go back to home base and re-engage an app in order for the button press sensitivity to return properly. This is considered an improvement? Sorry, I don't see it, not at all. If anything Froyo is worse than its predecessor in many basic areas. Is this a Verizon/Motorola thing only? I hope I'm not the only one unimpressed. Anyone else out there have similar problems with the Froyo update?