With the new iPhone a few months away and all of the hubbub out there about Jelly Bean, I decided to take the plunge and try out Android and the Galaxy Nexus. It got here today and I have been acclimating myself to it for the past little bit. Extra screen size is nice, but it makes the phone kind of awkward feeling to hold. Being used to the iPhone and easy one handed use this is the thing that is probably causing the most problems. It almost becomes second nature to take your iPhone out of your pocket and in the same motion hit the home button and slide to unlock so that by the time your phone hits eye level its unlocked and ready to go. With the GN being as big as it is and the fact that the power button is on the upper right side it causing me some issues in getting the phone unlocked quickly. Anyone else make the switch and run across this? Did it become easier? Also with the lock button pretty much on line with the volume rocker I change the volume on the phone about as often as I successfully lock it when trying to use the phone one handed. Say what you want about the iPhones tiny screen, but that tiny screen seems to make the ease of use factor go up exponentially. Outside of that I'm not really seeing how this OS is exponentially better than iOS like many have been making it out to be. Are there parts of it that I wish were accessible in iOS (i'm looking at you notification center pulldown , access from the lock screen), but so far there is no night and day difference that I see. I'm still trying to figure out a way to get rid of all of these extra unused home screens I have. Any suggestions on what to try with this thing to try and differentiate between it and my 4S?