Hi everyone. Like all of you, I'm uber excited to receive my iPhone 5 tomorrow! Mine's been sitting at the FedEx facility in Memphis for a couple days and I keep checking the FedEx website for updates. So, yeah, I guess I'm excited (OCD!). I have some questions, though, with respect to getting the stuff off my old phone to transfer it to my new one. I'm giving my Droid X, which I've had for 2 1/2 years, to my teenage son as he fried his iPhone 4 but swimming with it in his pocket. My DX has some pics that I'd like to make sure get transferred over. It also has my email logins, FB and Twitter logins, and other account logins and contacts that I'd like to make sure don't stay with the DX and instead come with me to my iPhone 5. So, are all of these logins, photos, contacts, etc. saved on the VZW Backup Asst, or is this just a backup of my contacts? How can I get my photos over to my new phone? The music on my DX is fine since it came from my iMac's iTunes account, so I can manually delete all of my songs. Also, after I transfer what CAN be transferred over to the iPhone 5, should I do a hard reset on the DX? Will that erase photos, music, etc. on the micro SD card also? I want my son to have a DX that's in as similar condition as the day I bought it (except for making sure the OS updates are up to date). One other question pertains to getting the new phone up activated. My wife and I have a family plan for us and our two kids. I'm using one of my kid's upgrades to get the iPhone (since they've used my last two!). I understand from speaking to VZW that even though I had to order the phone with my son's upgrade, I just need to activate it using MY cell phone number. However, do the mechanics of activating the new phone require that I make the activation call from my home phone (so as not to turn on the iPhone and have it automatically activate on my son's number before I have a chance to change it), or can I just dial VZW from the new phone and go through the process via the iPhone itself? Thanks a lot for the information, and sorry I've got so many questions. It's my first iPhone and I don't want to screw something up.