Honestly, it all depends on what you like in a phone. They both have different hardware, software and different attributes. It all depends what you like better, user experience vs. engineering. The DROID was constructed to meet a certain set of features, while the IPhone was crafted to meet exact tastes. So the bottom line is this, if you don't need to travel internationally, have to have a physical keyboard and want a device that is more complex but extremely flexible, the DROID may be for you. However, if you are more user friendly, prefer the virtual world, are multi-touch fantastic and enjoy surfing the web while talking, and prefer the most usable phone on the planet, then IPhone is a much better choice. If you can't decide, try them both.