I love it, 99% perfect.
Thinner than I thought and a bit wider than the bionic, but feels strong, solid, and light. It is ridiculously thin- almost hard to believe
Screen is FAR better than the bionic, but you can see a bit of jagged edges if you really focus in. it is not an iphone 4 retina, but real world it will prove to be more than adequate.
Motocast is available for mac, downloading off the website now.
Has the motorola bluetooth skip issue when paired with alpine bluetooth in my car (i had the same issue with bionic). Hopefully a new rom/ BT stack (CM?) will fix down the road. Not a biggie.
Call quality: excellent.Best I have ever experienced
Speaker- loud and clear
Email gestures is a cool feature that wasnt in bionic rom. Funny thing is that it only works under the email accounts, not universal inbox view...
Gmail is available in universal inbox with its own gmail logo, yet not all features from gmail app are included in the motorola email app (make sese?).
I do see it getting a bit warm, but so did the bionic (and several other android phones). Its a catch 22: with LTE radio, and such a thin profile with zero heatsink or dissapation, heat is inevitable. You are basically one kevlar membrane away from the heat source. Warm, not hot- but after prolonged heavy use I can see it getting hot.
Smartactions is really cool and intuitive, however I wish locations were based on GPS rather than wifi (on other devices, leaving gps radio on in standby used less juice than leaving wifi in standby, constantly searching.)
I am grasping at straws to find ANY issues with the device. Slight wiggle to power button, I dont like the VZW logo (was able to get it off with a penny on the bionic, this is under the glass). screen might be a little blue/green tint at lowest brightness compared to bionic.
All in all, it is the best device available today. I can see the allure with the Galaxy Nexus, but lack of SD card is a big issue with me, as is the general plasticky feel of samsung phones. The build of this thing is awesome, as there are no real moving parts (aside from power button and volume rockers). I hate creaky phones, this solves it. Hopefully someone will show how to easily remove the battery (i dont have the guts)