Re: anyone have the iphone?
As a consultant for a Verizon Wireless retailer, my personal opinion is that the Droid is nice, certainly feature-rich, but Motorola does not have a good history with trying to do too much with their phones. The Krave was a disaster. The Q was widely regarded as the worst smart phone in terms of shelf life. I have no faith in Motorola to live up to this hype, though it's a shame as I'm interested to see how the OS does in its debut with Verizon.
Interestingly enough, this all came about after the negotiations with Apple and Verizon fell apart due to 'creative' differences. Apple wanted more lenient customization than Verizon Wireless typically gives manufacturers in the technical acceptance phase. My personal opinion is the Droid is going to be an expensive nightmare. The features will be great, but I worry about the life. The Blackberry Storm 2, while the only difference between it and the first is the improved physical screen (and thus not worth the price difference) would still be my smartphone of choice. I like the iPhone, but Verizon Wireless is a much better company/network IMHO.
"No matter how good you are, you're going to lose one-third of your games. No matter how bad you are you're going to win one-third of your games. It's the other third that makes the difference." ~Tommy Lasorda