Actually, no I didn't.
Since it's a top-of-the-line smart phone, and VZW's new flagship smart-phone and "iPhone killer", I didn't think to ask "hey, this can do the same must-have Outlook sync through a cable thing that your freebie and $30 phones do, right?"
It's not quite a smart phone if it won't sync with Outlook. Stupid phone, more like it. (and before you snark at me, I'm a Mac owner, user, lover (though not a Macolyte). I just have to use Outlook at work, and that makes Outlook sync (not through GMail, sorry) a _necessary_ feature).
When a phone will voice-dial, and when it will take a Bluetooth headset, I don't automatically think to ask: "Wait...will this phone voice-dial through the Bluetooth headset? No? Why the fuck not?!??"
What the hell good is voice dialing if you have to swipe to unlock the phone, pick an app, talk to it, then confirm your choice by tapping the screen?
Maybe the general question I should've thought to ask was: "Hey, are there things about this phone that suck? What are they?" But knowing VZW salespeople as I do, I'd have no confidence in the answer.
These are a couple of the WTF items for Droid. Another is: if I need to use a static IP on one of my WiFi connections, the phone tries to use the same static IP for ALL my WiFi connections. The static IP is bound to the phone, not to the connection. #fail
Yet another: If I have the phone locked, and I take an incoming call from my BT headset, the touch screen comes on on my pocket and mutes, disconnects, puts me on speakerphone. Wait a minute, I thought I had the phone LOCKED!
It's a wonderful hardware platform, but there are a fair amount of problems yet. I hope the real-world feedback (particularly anger over Outlook and the lack of BT voice dialing) will snap their heads around.
I bought the phone expecting a certain amount of early-adopter pain. I wanted to go on the journey with this product. But the Outlook and voice-dialing things just make my head want to explode.