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White Chocolate- I have yet to have the Droid. I had a bad issue with them about 6 years ago and will never use them again. Their network is also old and outdated, hence why you won't see an iPhone on their network for quite awhile. I really just go through phones because I like checking them out, and seeing what I can do to them, then get tired of it and move on. Out of all of them I would say go with the Nexus One which should be on Verizon here shortly. It just passed FCC approval I believe. What's wronge with T-Mobile? Around here service is awesome(better than Sprint's who is based in town), and customer service is great. Before they would do the yearly upgrades they gave my wife and I upgrades at the new contract price at not even a year. We have never had a problem with them and would recomend them to anyone. As for rooting your phone you do not need to know Linux. I have never been on any Linux computer and wouldn't know the first thing to do on one. With the open source platform that Android is, you really don't need to root it like you need to jailbreak an iPhone. It does allow custom roms, overclocking the processor and other tweaks, but out of the box I would compare it to an iPhone that was jailbroken.