I noticed the Android Market automatically updated on my Droid X (GB 2.3.3). It's different - different layout, also constains books and movies as well as apps. It has some problems with apps: "My apps" is different - no longer chronological order display, with reqd updates at top. Now installed apps are in alphabetical order, with required updates in a special section at top of display. (Some installed apps are missing, but can be found manually by searching for that app using the search function.) Problem is, there is no provision to do the update. Tapping on an app listed in the update section brings up the app page, with app info, and two options: OPEN or UNINSTALL. No option to UPDATE. You'd have to do the uninstall, and then re-install (losing all your saved data for that app). Also, even if you do that, the app remains listed in the Update Section. Also on menu, Settings - can no longer turn of notification of update getting sent to your status bar. This update happens automatically when you open the current version of Market. The next time you open Market, you get the new version. There is also a section at the bottom of "My Apps" called "Not Installed". The apps which appear there are unpredictable.