"Going back to the Palm Pre"2.0 starson by sippykup
Pros: Nice fast CPU. Driving directions app with Street View is really slick. Voice search is cool.
Cons: Screen smudges terribly and is pretty much unviewable outdoors. BIG, like carrying a brick. Flash implementation is a joke. Most pages either just show an hourglass, or a message that your browser isn't supported (i.e. Hulu).
Summary: Literally unusable outdoors due to poor quality screen. Most things that can be done with 1 click in WebOS take 2-3 clicks in Android. Pre's physical keyboard and wireless charging were immediately missed. Apps crash way more often than they do in WebOS. Can't combine E-mail inboxes into a single view like WebOS. Doesn't combine SMS and IM into a single view like WebOS. Calendar, e-mail, and SMS apps are uglier than WebOS. Notifications in WebOS actually show you useful information (e.g. the e-mail sender and subject line). Android notifications just show a small icon with no information, then you expand the notification area only to be told that you have some new e-mail, but you actually have to follow with yet another click to open the e-mail application to find out what they are! Android just feels like it was designed by engineers, while WebOS feels like it was designed by usability experts.
I cringed at the thought of going from this nice fast 1 GHZ CPU to my slow-ass 500 MHz Palm Pre, but found a patch to overclock my Pre to 800 MHz, and now it feels almost as fast as the EVO, and way more usable in general.