I went through different phases with my desire for Sense UI. After getting the Droid and not knowing much about Sense UI, I wanted it because it "looked cool." I downloaded all widget that copied Sense. Eventually, I shifted strongly into the "stock Android or bust" camp and thought, "I want the Android experience as Google intended it!" After finally seeing Sense UI up close and personal, I'm coming to the realization that Google is a bunch of engineers and aesthetics isn't necessarily their strong suit (the cool upgrades to stock gallery were done by a 3rd-party company). One of my continuing negatives concerning Android was that its aesthetics still lagged so far behind the iPhone OS, but I would just tell myself that Google laid a great OS framework up through 2.X and they could get the aesthetics overhauled with 3.X. After first-hand experience, I can now see how Sense UI smooths out a lot of the rough edges in stock Android and fills in some of its gaps. How has everyone else been feeling about Sense UI so far if you came from stock Android? And here is my little tip: If you haven't tried out the copy/paste, go into your browser and do it. Its interface is far superior to stock Android and you'll see some pretty cool little bonus options too (hint: click on the magnifying glass button after you select your text!). Any other tips/tricks and comments are appreciated.