Well, I've had the Droid for over a month now, and I've never been required to pull the battery to reset it. Until yesterday... I was responding to a text with the physical keyboard. I pressed Send, rotated the phone, and snapped the slider shut all in one quick motion. I'm guessing this was too much for it somehow, and the display locked up... When I pressed (for example) the Home key, the haptic-feedback would vibrate, but the screen wouldn't change. Same with the other touch-keys, and the power-key. I could feel the haptic-feedback, but the display on the screen was that "stuck-halfway-between-the-texting-app-and-the-homescreen" weirdness that it was displaying. So I had to pull the battery to reset it... Maybe I'll never have this problem again, and it was a one-time fluke. Or maybe the update fixed it. (This did occur yesterday, before I got the v2.0.1 update.) And that's the only time I've had to physically reset the phone like that, in the entire month-and-five-days that I've owned it. So I'm not complaining -- just posting this for informational purposes, really.