On its web site, Verizon has listed all of the benefits of the download. Besides Android 2.3, the update will give you a new Download Manager app that will help you manage all of your other apps and downloads from the internet and email attachments. After the new upgrade, you will be able to go to a tab under "Manage Applications" and check on which of your applications are presently running with the amount of storage and memory used by each one.
Among the changes is a new short-cut to typing numbers from the virtual QWERTY keyboard. Using certain combinations, you can type numbers and symbols without switching to the numeric mode. Plus, you can select a word by using press-hold. Press twice and you can copy the selected characters. There are also new widgets and icons and and new colors for certain screens. Some changes to the calendar-including keeping events in your local time when traveling-are also part of the update.
For a complete listing of the changes coming to the Motorola DROID 2 Global with this download, click on the sourcelink. Motorola has been seeking owners of the device to test the update, and speculation is that Motorola DROID 2 Global owners could start seeing Gingerbread by the end of this week.
source: Motorola via DroidLife