Ok. I'm not typically the "buyer's remorse" kind of person, but after a week with the phone the problems are accruing. 1) I've tried every trick that I know of to condition the battery; for instance, I've spent time trying to bump charge it (even though it's supposedly not necessary). Still, I get somewhere between 4 and 12 hours of battery time. Quite a span! I was thrilled that I got 12 hours one day, but it was with some relatively light usage; 5-6 hours has been my average with what I think is pretty moderate usage (a few apps, a couple games for a few minutes, a little browser action), with my heaviest usage bringing it down to 4 hours. I was resigned but slightly discontent to that battery perfomance before today: during my 30 minute lunch break I went from nearly charged to 74%. I listened to a couple songs through my bluetooth headset, and I loaded a Droid Forums page. The real culprit, I think, was that my phone spent about 3-4 minutes in the safety of my breast pocket while I was in my hot car driving to the store -- my phone was rather toasty when I returned from grabbing lunch, and I know that kills battery life, but sheesh...everyone runs to the store with their phones in the summer time and no one expects it to take a quarter of their battery life. 2) So I was already wondering if I had a problem with this device. Then this morning after bootup I manually refreshed Gmail (why hadn't it automatically refreshed overnight like it usually does?). Then when I tried to open Google Talk, the login screen appeared for a split second and was gone, no error message. I tried it a few times, same thing. I tried force stopping from "manage applications". No help. I tried clearing data. No help. I finally had to reboot to get it to work. 3) Then this afternoon, after spending a little time with the phone off, I booted up (so quick...I do love that) and immediately on bootup I got a force close on Maps and Google Music, without touching anything but the lockscreen. Whaa...? When that sort of thing happened on my OG Droid it was usually because I had a bad custom ROM scrambling things up. I'm getting nervous. It's only been a week...are things just going to go downhill from here? Do I try to get them to replace it, or should I just return it and look for another phone?