Sonia Sanchez of RL Public Relations arranged a Droid X for testing out and having fun with. I kept it longer than I was supposed to. It was hard to give up.
Pros: It has a beautiful bright screen for Internet browsing, picture and movie taking and viewing, and for displays of the application. Touch screen keyboard easy to adapt to. A fun driving game to preview. Great signal strength. Clear voice communication.
Cons: Not much battery storage. Unwieldy hand-holding design (I check twitter, emails and browse the Internet while walking my two dogs, so the ability to operate one-handed is must for me). Downloading photos and video clips to Mac not very intuitive.
Overall: A beautiful smartphone, but bit too bulky and wonky for me. Love the camera and display. Definitely makes me want to check out the Droid 2 with the slider keyboard.
My partner at LatinoLA.com, Richard Koffler, initially was not too hot on his Droid, which he purchased. I think he's sold on it now, saying it's a great tool and toy like tech-heads like him. Loves discovering new apps and making them work. According to his Twitter feed, the Swype keyboard is amazing and Google Voice is updated for Android.