Verizon is getting rid of unlimited data, so I decided to switch to Verizon before 7/7 to lock myself in for it. Seems like unlimited data is becoming a thing of the past here in the US. Sure theres Sprint, but Sprint coverage where I live and work absolutely suck. Leaving behind AT&T and the iPhone 4 seemed painless. I picked up the Thunderbolt. Spec wise it dominated the iPhone 4: 8MP camera, 1GHz processor, 786MB RAM, swappable memory card, 4.3" screen, LTE (HOLY S%# is LTE fast where I live!). After 1 week of using the phone, heres why I returned it. The interface is laggy as hell The whole UI is laggy at times. It can be laggy when swiping through apps, web pages.. etc... It feels like I'm using the original iPod touch. At the Verizon store, I tried the Charge, Droid X 2 and they all were laggy. I mean, its smooth most of the time, but I would say about 50% it feels laggy. With 1GHz I would have expected more. Crashes more often Playing Angry Birds, or going to a site with flash can cause the phone to reset itself. I never experienced this with the iPhone. Android Market Apps still look 2nd rate compared to the App Store. Sure theres a ton of free apps which I appreciate but half of them weren't compatible, and the ones that were compatible, they would crash. The look and feel of Android Apps feel like "amateurish". Not to say App Store is perfect because I've used some crappy apps on there, but even the crappiest app on the iPhone can hold its own on some of the most popular apps on the Android Market. I'm surprised that even after a year of progress, the current Android OS simply can not compete with Apple right now. The only people who use Android are people who simply hate Apple and people who like to customize their phone. Thats the one thing that makes Android awesome is the fact you can have widgets and live background. But when I enabled those on my Thunderbolt, my battery life suffered severely. I had to shut all those off anyway. I am back home with the iPhone 4. Sorry I left you, please forgive me dear.