I was a diehard Blackberry fan but.....

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    I am totally in love with this Droid X...First of all, it's not only a monster in size and shape, but huge in screen size and apps. I love this thing...This frickin thing is a BEAST....it the BJ Raji of cell phones....lol....
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    I did the same thing. Came from Blackberry less than a month ago. Rooted. Liberty Rom. Custom themes. Lovin it! I even have live TV now with Vulkano. My IT guys are envious.

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    welcome to the forum!!

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    Wow... me too, new d2g, rooted (fission rom), super phone!!!

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    Hellooooo WISCONSINNNNN!

    dancedroid

    Welcome to the forums!
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    Most people who come from Blackberry feel this way. Then they hit the learning curve and either they make it or they go back. Seems like you had no problem with the learning curve. :)
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    The learning curve is relatively easy to understand which is why I wonder why people go back....It is a total media device with apps and abilities to satiate the business person...It took me to task on a couple of different things but overall, I am enjoying my experience...My wife wants to trade her BB to get one of these new-fangled phones....:blackdroid: