I'm currently using the Omnia i910 and will probably be waiting until August (New Every Two) before changing phones, but have to tell you I played with the Incredible the other day at the local Verizon store, and that is one super fast phone. The multi-touch, especially in Google Maps, is very handy, and the map scrolls super fast, as opposed to on the Omnia i910, which seems to take forever to rewrite the screen.
The biggest concern for me is something that's apparently across the board with Android phones, namely that you cannot start a call by hitting the Blue Tooth button on your headset. In this day and age when Hands Free is a requirement with many states in the USA, not to mention the fact that most "dumb" phones have supported that feature for years, it seems unconscionable to me that this is currently not part of the Android platform; a platform that is already up to v2.1!!
What really surprises me is the lack of buzz in online reviews regarding this problem.
Sure, all you have to do is hit a simple button on the face of the phone, but my opinion is that once you have to TOUCH the phone at all you've just broke the hands free requirement my home state of California has and I could be pulled over for that simple touch of the phone.
Before someone jumps me and reminds me that there are a lot of non-USA readers here please remember that the Incredible is being released by Verizon USA for use in the USA (among other areas) and supporting this feature because it's required by laws in many of the States) in no way takes away from the phone's usage for people in areas that don't require true Handsfree support.
Another thing that boggles my mind is that the released specs for the phone, as well as the Droid and others, suggest that this phone supports both HFP and Headset protocols? How can this be if the O.S. doesn't truly support the protocol?
Anyways, enough of the soapbox. Hopefully, it will be fixed by v2.5 or v3, whichever the next release will be.
Anybody know of any third part applications, paid or not, that have come up with a viable trully hands free, workaround?