According to this woman, who was in line at 3 a.m. this morning at a Verizon store in order to be the very first owner of a Motorola Droid phone in SF, this is "the phone [she's] been waiting for."

What do you think, dear readers? Certainly Apple deserves a worthy rival, but has the iPhone just been around too long and the market for apps just become such a monolothic thing to overcome that no competitor stands a chance for a while? Or do the iPhone and AT&T's exclusive service still have enough snafus to open the market to competitors?

Despite the fact that it seems some days like half or three-quarters of this town owns an iPhone, we heard a figure last night that some 90% or more of the market still does not own a "smart phone" and the remains wide open. So let us know in the poll below. From what you've seen and heard, should Apple be worried?