Well good luck with that -- Im very unhappy being an unknowing Beta Tester for Verizon without my consent!
apparently im not alone as there are over 10 websites that popped up on the internet in just 5 days since the Gingerbread release all set up to tell people how to uninstall Gingerbread from there phones - a very painful process it appears though their willing to do it, guess your just happy your phone appears to work correctly.
My Droidx would not make calls for several hours and email was not working either, three reboots and sevaral phone calls to verizon later and I can at least make calls again, but I still cannot access my settings without getting an error code, most if not all of my apps are now nonfunctional - they get the same error code and will not open, and verizons solution is to do a complete reset of my phone, Oh Yea that's fun I want to do that allright !!!!!!!!!
all for a useless and unnecessary appearance change for a key board, and background - if they want to give us something to be happy about let me pic the size of the icons on the task bar, color of the phone background in the keyboard, texting apps, hot keys in the texting app, and MOST IMPORTANTLY let me decide if I want to uninstall, upgrade or Completely bottle the upgrade preventing the upgrade from ever installing at my discression -
which buy the way I opted to not install but when I changed batteries the phone automatically upgraded without my consent - but honestly this wasen't just a simple software change it shut my phone down and crashed nearly every app in the phone and now I am subjet to reloading every application and setting up my email - etc.
This change was very shallow except one small item I read about, it sets Verizon up to skim some interest payments from any purchases you will be able to make with the phone in the future - Digital Money
setting your phone chip set to now make payments for coffee at starbucks or buy things at Sears - read up on it', just wait until the day you loose your phone in a movie theater, leave it in a resturante or bathroom and you end up having a nice big bill for unwanted purchases, of course include that to replacing the phone since its probably not going to be returned to you - oh lets not forget about the people with scan devices that can hack your RFID just by walking close enough to you to get a signal - What was I thinking this was just a superfiscial Improvement to a key board?