Original Droid - of all the phones I've owned, this was my least favorite for a variety of reasons. I never particularly liked the looks of it, and Android had yet to implement a variety of features that I sorely missed — such as copy and paste. A friend nagged and nagged me to buy it, and had it not been for him, who knows when I would have entered the world of Android. The first time I pulled it out of the box, it went into a boot loop and repeatedly saying "Droid...Droid....Droid." I was talking to my aforementioned friend and he was laughing his ass off.
Droid Incredible — loved this phone. Great screen at the time and FAST.
HTC EVO 4G — having experienced the screen quality and speed of the Incredible. I was pretty disappointed with this phone. The service was terrible too. I could carve messages into a stone and deliver them faster than Sprint could.
Droid X — This ended up being my last Moto phone. While I appreciated the solid build quality of the phone, I never could get used to Motoblur.
Fascinate — this phone gotta a ton of crap, but I was quite fond of it. It was particularly fun to hack. Ah... come to think of it, I HATED the GPS on this phone.
Verizon Thunderbolt — I wouldn't wish that phone on my worst enemy.
Galaxy S II — Verizon skipped this phone in favor of the Galaxy Nexus. I tried it on Sprint for a few days... Dial-up speeds were faster than Sprint's 3G network.
Galaxy Nexus — a combination of Android at its best, and Verizon at its very worst.
Galaxy S III — mostly positive about this phone, but getting a little tired of Touchwiz at this point.
Nexus 4 — I will never own another non Nexus phone.
Nexus 7 — I love this tablet. It's the perfect size and of course running stock Android.