Ok... some back story. I have owned every iPhone model since 2007. I have at times branched out and tried Android here and there. I think Android is great and does many things better than iOS and many things not as good, but very close... especially in the last 1.5 years. I am a Mac owner, so iPhone does fluidly interact with my computer. But... I have to tell you... the radios in the iPhone 5 are janky! I have had 1 replacement, but it never really solved the problem. I live in a strong AT&T area. Never had any reception issues with any other iPhone (or Android phone for that matter!)... I get a solid signal. But lots of times I am unable to send texts or MMS. But during this times of difficulty, iMessages sent to other iDevices work fine. This is a daily thing that can only be cured by toggling LTE or toggling cellular data. Then other times, I can have a solid LTE signal, and have no internet connectivity, but I toggle LTE off and back on, and then I can use my internet connection again. Also enjoy getting texts 2 hours later than I was supposed to get them. I am seriously considering trading this thing off for a Galaxy Note 2 or selling it once Nexus 4 is available again.