Hi all. I have a Droid on 2.0.1, this is my 3rd Droid now, my first one never got 2.0.1 and had dead pixels, the second one didn't fix the crackling problem after the 2.0.1 update, and this third one now has fixed both of those problems and is nearly flawless. Considering that nothing is perfect, I'm happy with my Droid. I'm wondering if anyone can re-create a small issue I'm having with my Droid, or if anyone can attest to having the same issue pop up once in a while. Here's the issue: It seems that when I am using the music player, once in a while if the Droid does certain things, the music will slightly, and I mean ever so slightly (.25 of a second, maybe .5 of a second in length) hiccup and the music will almost skip. I know it's not due to bad music, because, as I posted in another thread, all my music is ripped straight from store-bought CDs in perfect condition, and now I have a *few* tracks from Amazon MP3 within the last few days (got a coupon via e-mail for free downloads, $10 worth). It seems that this issue happens most when the phone changes orientation (landscape to portrait, etc), when I open apps (can be anything... messaging, etc), and when I do other things, like when a page such as engadget.com or m.cnn.com is loading in the web browser. Also, this happens sometimes when I'm driving in my car and I have the music player open and because of turning a corner or something, the phone shifts on the middle armrest and changes orientation (again, from landscape to portrait, etc.). While it isn't a huge issue, it's a bit annoying - though at least now I can turn my phone up all the way and get good bass via my car stereo without severe crackling. Thanks if anyone has feedback on this.