I have had my Droid X for about 3-4 weeks at this point and I have been having a multiple number of problems with it. I have never had a Droid phone/smart phone until now, but I have a very good understanding of technology. I simply never needed a phone like this until now. I'll list my issues below. As a note, things like Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth are enabled and disabled based upon when I'm using them. If I'm not using them, then I disable them via one of the convenient widgets. 1) For data such as going online, watching YouTube videos, and anything else involving the "internet" I use the 3G perfectly fine, but recently when I enable my Wi-Fi I will lose all internet connections. It will say that I am connected to the network and obtain an IP address like it normally would, but I will NOT be able to use the Wi-Fi and get increased internet speeds until I turn it off. This worked fine up until about 2 days ago I noticed that this was happening. 2) GPS will sometimes freeze when I need to begin navigating to a destination. I will turn my GPS on about 5-10 minutes before I even begin looking into Google Maps for the address, and it will sometimes freeze at "Looking for your location". I will have to turn off my phone and reboot in order for this to go away. This is about a 50/50 chance on this happening 3) Finally, this one just began happening recently as well. I can be cruising along doing everything fine on my phone, and then it will suddenly turn as slow as mollasas. I don't know what as far as program might be disrupting the processing as I have only downloaded a handful of things that really I can't imagine are doing anything 'bad' to my device. My question is, I know that the OS of Android is NOT meant to have application closing in the background, but honestly do things like Facebook, Browser, & Twiiter NEED to be running once they are closed. I mean, I know that this OS is designed differently, but I can't see that it is worth it from a MEMORY and PROCESSOR point of view. I am not looking to save battery life from this.