I've had a Droid X for about a year.
Excellent phone, but it was kind of unreliable. For example, in one instance, I was getting calls, but there was nothing there (but the Caller-ID info) when I'd press the "answer" button. It took a re-boot, after I thought about it....
Just before the latest upgrade, another one came down that forced the thing into a continuous re-boot mode until I did a full factory reset, and reloaded all my stuff from the PC. (Good thing I had it backed up!) Seems (knock wood) stable now, though, with the latest upgrade, but they mucked up the browser a bit
The only other problem I've had is an inability to get Java to work on the phone. It's not officially supported, and the add-in's I've run into didn't want to work. I haven't tried for a while, though. (I wouldn't have bought the thing if I'd known....)
Every once in a while it'll do something on it's own to take the battery all the way down, too, when it ran fine for about the same length of time "yesterday". I think it's my leather belt case - the magnets trigger the "I'm in a car dock" thing, and there's no way to disable that that I've found.
Wouldn't mind the car dock if you're in the mood to split things up....
Overall, it's a fine phone, though. My last phone (Samsung "Omnia") was a Windows phone. It supported Java, but that's about all the good parts
.... I did like the stylus, though. My fingers are a little big
. You can get stylii for the iPhone that might work with this thing (it's a capactive or heat sensor), but they're expensive
Becka, BTW, has an iPhone. She loves it. Dunno how that'll work out - she about destroyed her last phone. I forget who's phone, but at the "new phone at two years" point, it was mechanically trash, although it still mostly worked. We didn't get the "two years" deal - Verizon wasn't doing that for iPhone purchasers - but the price was half-decent, and the space cadet who handled the sale was cute, at least.