I need some input from those who have left iPhone and tested the waters with Android. Let me preface this by saying that I am an Apple fanboy. I am typing this on an aluminum Macbook, only because I hate long entries on my iPad. I have 3 iMacs at my office and multiple iPods. For 2 years I've been a devoted iPhone toter. Anyway, after being irritated with the pre-order fiasco, I went out and tried an Evo for a while. Let me just say that I was quite shocked with the tech, speed, UI, etc. Yesterday, I went and tested the iPhone 4 and, had I tried the Evo, would probably been a lot more impressed. Don't get me wrong, the screen on the 4 is gorgeous, but there's not much difference between it and my 3GS. I've surfed and read all I can find for user reviews and opinions. I returned the Evo because Sprint sucks in my area. However, I borrowed a friend's Incredible for a while and was knocked over with Verizon's network speeds and clarity. Of course, the Droid X is the new contender and I'm having a hard time not placing the pre-order. I know some of you guys out there have gone Android. I've read numerous reports of bugging interface and unstable operating, but I would like real-life user opinions. I already know what I lose in the App store. Make no mistake, the apps available on Android pale in comparison to the Apple store. This is overcome, in my mind, with the availability and use of widgets and Swype. It also doesn't hurt that my iPad has kinda taken some of the iPhone's luster and use for me. In short, I'm trying to decide if my familiarity and extended use of the iPhone and iOS are causing my eyes to be overwhelmed with bling, or if this platform is a stable and worthy option? Any thoughts are appreciated.