"So far so good."4.5 starson by ajbright
Pros: Very nice screen, great call quality, very useful apps thanks to the Google OS and easy to figure out. Also now that planes are starting to offer WIFI in flight, having the ability to surf using it's built in WIFI is an awesome feature.
Cons: The touchscreen keyboard is a little too small. It could be stretched a bit to make the keys easier to use. I don't have particularly big hands, so if I have trouble with the keys someone who has big fingers is going to have huge issues with them.
Summary: As far as I can see the only difference between this and the Motorola version is the Motorola still uses an old-fashioned slide out keyboard and costs a lot more money. So you're spending an extra $120 for a slightly better keyboard with slightly better call quality. So there isn't much point in paying the extra money unless you prefer real keyboards over touchscreen.
Otherwise the phones are identical in function. The Google OS is geared towards surfing, txting and entertainment, rather than the business use of the Blackberry and Windows OS phones. It does have some business apps, as well as the ability to sync to Outlook, but you don't get this phone if that is your primary use.
The OS is extremely easy to use, it is easy to set up new shortcuts for functions that aren't built into it. It took me about a day to figure out 99% of the phone's functionality, without having used anything like this before.
Certainly it doesn't have the range of apps that the iPhone does, but then again it also doesn't have the price tag either and those apps will eventually arrive. Otherwise it's at least as good as the iPhone when it comes to what it can do and how good it looks/sounds.