Conclusion: If social networking is your thing, then this is your phone. MOTOBLUR has got that covered in a big way. If you just want an Android phone with a keyboard and don't find the G1's prototype looks appealing, then the Cliq is still worth a look and you can turn off some/any/all of the social networking...
Excerpt: Spending time with the Cliq, Motorola’s first phone running Google’s Android OS is like spinning doughnuts in a funny car for hours. It’s thrilling and a little dizzying, but for those without an iron constitution it can be a little tumultuous on the tummy.
Pros: Finally, Android on a device not made by HTC. Responsive touchscreen is swipe-tastic. Good camera takes detailed, noise-free pics. Remote wipe and online backup service great for folks who are prone to losing their phones.
Cons: Messy Motorola skin over-complicates simplistic Android UI. Far too many features that can’t be hidden or deleted. Web browser is sucky mcsuck suck.