Sure, Verizon and Motorola acknowledged the screen issues that some DROID Xs were experiencing. One problem they haven't publicly addressed, however, is the WiFi connectivity problem that is plaguing some devices. Affected users are reporting that their DROID Xs have even trouble connecting to a WiFi hotspot and, when a connection is finally established, there is poor performance on the device. Nothing about a fix has been heard from either Verizon or Motorola, but users are saying that changing the WiFi encryption from AES to TKIP or changing your router from 802.11n to 802.11g will alleviate the problem.
Considering how quickly Verizon and Motorola have pushed out updates for the DROID X, I wouldn't be surprised to see a fix from them in the near future. In the mean time, it's worth trying out one of the above fixes to see if they solve your WiFi woes. Have any of you had WiFi connectivity problems with your DROID X?