Two big updates for two very popular devices are in the works right now, nearly ready to grace handsets across the country.
The first update waiting to be sent out is the much anticipated Gingerbread OTA for the Droid 2. Coming in at 106MB, software number 4.5.601 includes a lot more than your average jump to Android 2.3. Among the normal spiced cookie enhancements, you’ll find added security, a customizable dock, improved copy-paste functionality, a download manager app and more. There’s a ton of improvements and big fixes tucked into the update as well. For a full list of improvements and features, check out the images in the gallery below. You can expect to see the update hitting Droid 2 handsets some time in the near future. 
The next update, scheduled to hit devices in the next 1-2 weeks, is a maintenance patch for the HTC Evo 4G. Evo users shouldn’t expect to see any more big updates for their device, but a few more bug fixes like this may be in store. Software version 4.53.651.1 for the Evo will include:
Integrated voice recognition accuracy with voice search and voice-to-text
Image size issue with contact transfer over bluetooth resolved
Images cut off in Picasa issue fixed
Group contacts not in alphabetical order issue resolved
Out of memory, Unable to send SMS error fixed
It’s been noted that users trying to manually active the update may receive an error message stating that there is no update available. Sprint has informed Evo owners to be patient and check again later, or wait for the update to automatically hit your device. 
Should you receive either update a little early, be sure to share your experiences in the comments below.