I didn't preorder my iPhone, so I got it about a week and a half ago. I wanted to wait long enough so that I could return it before the HTC Thunderbolt came out, in case I didn't like the iPhone. Even though that is now impossible, as the Thunderbolt has been delayed, I'm not even remotely interested in such a switch. As an Ipad user, I knew what to expect with the iPhone. I like the workflows much better, the digital keyboard is so much better that I don't miss the physical one on the droid as much. I really like the apps and app store much better. The android market was always slow, cluttered, and buggy. The app store works much better and has higher quality apps in general. Little things are much more efficient, and there is no learning curve from app to app like sometimes exists on android. There are only a couple things I really miss about Android. The notifications were so much better, first with the windowshade approach, and secondly they were much more customizable. I had an LED light I configured to glow blue for sms, green for email, red for a missed call etc. I also configured double vibrate for sms, triple for email, etc. This made it much easier to just look at or feel the phone and know what my notifications were. I also kind of miss the non "walled garden" approach. I can't say I miss any particular app that much, but I liked being able to switch out the keyboard for swype without needing to be jailbroken/rooted. A couple things have been particularly interesting for me. First, I get much better service on the iPhone than I had on my Droid. On my commute every morning, there were 2 deadspots, one for just voice and one for just data. Now, calls remain crystal clear and my pandora stream doesn't cut out at all. I also work in an area with very little service, I used to be unable to make calls inside my building. Now, I can make sustained calls pretty much everywhere in my building, which is nice. Friends with ATT iPhones have no service anywhere inside the building. Secondly, the iPhone battery is worse, but not terribly so. Inside my building, the phone struggles to find service sometimes, so the battery gets hit pretty hard. I lose about half my battery in around 9 hours on the iPhone, regardless of usage when in my building. The Droid varied a lot, but usually was able to survive for 2 days with limited usage in the same building. The iPhone would probably die out by noon on day 2. This isn't terrible, I usually charge every night, just an observation. Finally, my iPhone is much faster at basic tasks. The iPhone is much newer, but it even manages to beat my droid at loading a web page when I'm running apps in the background and on a call (wifi) when my droid has just been booted up. This is unbelievably relevant in day to day use. Everything is so much faster, I end up doing so much more in so much less time on the iPhone, which leaves extra time for luxuries like Netflix. On the whole, I really love my Verizon iPhone. While there are certainly tradeoffs, it manages to be a much much better day to day device for me. Any other switchers feel differently?