I got a chance to play with the Droid X for about an hour today at the Verizon store. The store sold out of all phones and were taking a list. Heres my thoughts: Screen The screen is responsive and very large. I liked the big 4.3 screen size. The colors were rich and the colors were very punchy (saturated) which I like. And the black contrast was amazing. However, I still prefer the iPhone 4's screen due to the Retina display. You can see the pixels on the X but not on the iPhone. Also when there is strong light, the screen was not as bright as the iPhones as the picture above. Usability Swiping from screen to screen was smooth, but their was some lag (just a tiny hint). The iPhone was smoother with no lag. The iPhone seemed more responsive on the screen. With the X, you really had to press your finger on the screen a little harder comparatively. Keyboard While its great the keyboard is multi-touch, but it looks like a cluttered mess. I was able to type on it fast but did mis-key some words. Again, I only had about an hour to play with it, so maybe I could use more practice. iPhone's keyboard is more compact and clean. Web Browsing Browsing was a little slower compared with the iPhone 4, but thats going to change with Android 2.2 apparently. When I tried to load up espn.com (both phones never went to that site) the iPhone 4 crushed it by loading it 3x quicker. Antenna I "death gripped" the phone in every way and could not make the antenna go down. Build Quality The X was much more well made and solid then the HTC EVO. But did not feel "expensive" when compared with the iPhone 4. Its not as elegant either. The back has an odd curve to is, and I didn't appreciate the huge cowboy buckle "Verizon" displayed right about the home buttons. The X is a well built phone, but you got to hold one to see what I mean. Overall I think the Droid X is a great phone. If I was on Verizon, that would be my choice of phone. But I still think the iPhone 4 is still better then the Droid X because of Android. Android looks and feels like Windows 98, while iPhone 4 feels like.. well.. OSX. Every little detail such as the beautiful fonts, sharp crisp icons and no lag response makes up a great phone. Droid X is a good phone, but its no iPhone.