I got to toy around with my friends Driod phone on the trip and I have to say, the Navigation app that comes built in for free with Andriod is absoultely mindblowing. It's far better than any GPS system I've ever seen or used, including the $100+ TomTom App I have. You simply say where you want to go, you can be pretty generic saying something like Nearest Chinese Place, or The Columbus Expo Center, or you can say the specific address, it understands you perfectly every time. It picks up the signal very quickly and it gives you complete Street View Pictures your whole trip, making it damn near impossible to get confused. I'm curious when Apple with match Google with a built in GPS app of their own. This and the notification system were the only areas where it really feels like Apple has been left behind and I would love nothing more than for the next iPhone OS to match or beat Google in this area. Also, I quite appreciated the nice large screen on the Driod phone with minimal wasted real estate on the front. And yes, I know that the Driod is an outdated and really crappy phone compared to the newer Andriod Phones like the mindblowing amount of power and screen real estate on the Spring Evo 4G http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24r6q4clez8&NR=1&feature=fvwp But given all that these competitors are offering, I would love nothing more than for iPhone to upgrade the size of their screen, and minimize the amount of space wasted on the front of the phone as well... I don't understand why the black bars above and below the screen on the iPhone need to be so large. The home button could be made smaller or slimmer. The speakers could be shifted upwards. And overall the screen could be bigger or have more real estate. Google's Driod phone did a good job of maximizing the amount of space devoted to the screen size, the notification system and implementing a built in GPS. Where the Droid falls behind is in almost every other area (but not by much). The front of the phone could made more akin to this... or this... It's not the thinness of these phone designs that is impressive, it's the manner in which the designs maximized the amount of screen space on the front of the phones. In short, there seems to be little good reason why the iPhone screen couldn't have been made bigger/longer (or wider in landscape mode) for this upcoming hardware revision. The phone itself could've been made a mm or two wider if Apple wished to do this while keeping the screen proportions the same. I was certain this would have been a key improvement made with the next hardware revision and a built in Navigation app would be a key improvement with iPhone OS4.