I know I am not going to get a unbiased opinion on this forum. But I read a few articles today on the Droid and apparently they are claiming almost 800,000 Droids sold as of now, with a goal of 1 million by the end of the year. Here's the thing, check out this steve jobs quote - "One million iPhones in 74 days," Apple CEO Steve Jobs exulted in a press release. "It took almost two years to achieve this milestone with iPod." The Droid hasn't been out for a full month yet. Now, I don't think that the Droid is necessarily more popular than the iPhone. I think the iPhone redefined smart phones when it was relased. I think there are that many people not interested in being on AT&T, combined with interest in Android phones. Basically, my question is, is the Droid getting the credit it deserves? If it is selling better than the iPhone did (or on par) I think it definitely deserves some respect as a very popular smart phone. If my numbers are off, or there is some information I missed, I am happy to be corrected. Not looking to start a "iPhone is better!" war, just wondering the general consensus. I for one, didn't realize they were that popular, but I do now 6 or 7 people that bought one on launch day.