I'm having problems with the sound quality on my new HTC Incredible. Went to Verizon to do a return today (Im within the 30 days) and realized that (since I was all out of my contract when I got the Incredible) I can get out of my Verizon contract with no fee and go get an I-phone instead. With the sound quality problems being an issue for many people, I'm worried that my replacement Incredible won't be any better. Obviously I don't want to be stuck for 2 years with a bad sounding phone. The only other phone I have any interest in is the I-phone. Due to the 30 day time limit, within the next day I'm going to have to decide: Get the heck out of this contract and go get an I-phone, or take my chances that the next Incredible they send me will sound better. Since everyone here obviously has a Droid and not an I-phone, my question is: (Besides the great camera on the Incredible) what makes a Droid better than an I-phone? What would be a good reason to stick with the Droid and take my chances that it won't sound awful vs. just getting the I-phone instead. Thanks edited to add: Do the 30 days start from the day I bought the phone (when it was not in stock) or from the day I recieved the phone by mail?