If Droid2 is the best the Google bunch has to offer, the iPhone has a bright future. I have had my Droid2 for a week now and I have identified more problems than a dog has fleas. First off, it will not connect to my PC's. I have tried 5 different PC's and 3 different operating systems (XP, Vista and Windows 7). The problem is apparent (A device driver on the Driod is not installing on the PC's. I can see the driver version (which in not the one on the Web site) but it is dim therefore I cannot download it to my PC) but neither Motorola nor Verizon has any solutions. I spent a full day (8 hours) on the phone with Motorola (4 techs) and Verizon (3) techs, for a total loss. The last Motorola tech advised me to take the phone back to the store. I explained that I had bought the phone from an individual and was advised that that would not be a problem since it was an exclusive Verizon product, any Verizon store would exchange it for up to one year.... yea right. But I did try (21 miles each way), only to be told exactly what I expected. Now I'm caught in the middle with a piece of crap. Secondly.... The phone does not correctly identify contacts on incoming text messages. Now that's gonna be an interesting law suit when someone replies back to a text message from whom he thinks is his fellow worker (or girlfriend) only to find out it went to the boss (or wife). Yes, it does reply back to the incorrect contact. This is not an intermittent bug. The lookup is wrong. Thirdly..... The ringtones do not work. I have assigned several different tones to several different people. I always get the default ringtone. Forthly.... The notification bar in the upper left of the display will not clear once messages have been acknowledged. I must turn the phone off/on to clear the notifications. Fifthly.... There is no repeat audible or visual notification of any incoming messages. i.e. You must unlock the damn thing to see if anything has been received. I have the repeat notification for 2 minutes. It has NEVER notified me. There are a few more things I have discovered, but just can't remember them right now. I was really hoping this phone would give the iPhone a run for it's money, but my instincts were true. Save yourself bunces of grief, wait 'till the bugs are worked out.