So let me start off by saying although this is an iPhone forum, I've seen countless threads of "which should I pick" "android or ios?" etc. I've decided to share my experiences with you all. After being sick of my iPhone 4, not due to any particular reason but I think it was in more relation to only owning iPhone's since the smartphone craze, I decided to go to something different. I ran around to all the Rogers stores in my area to play test a few Android devices, too bad I couldn't find any LIVE demo's, just dummy phones. So, I took the plunge and bought off contract the best available Android phone in MY AREA. The Samsung Galaxy S Captivate. Right away I looked at the screen and I was in love, sure it wasn't AS crisp as the iPhone 4 but boy o' boy, was it a great screen. Great color, perfect size.. and I thought this would be my end all device until Rogers put something else out that was better. I played with everything I could. I kept it on stock just to see how well the device ran. It was great OS wise, but one huge issue stuck in my face. Lag/Screen Responsiveness. Now it's not like it was BAD and there was horrific lag or any of the sort, it was just jerky and felt kinda clumsy. Nonetheless I decided to stick out my purchase for at least 24 hours. I rooted the device, installed LagFix and didn't bother with custom ROM's as I did not mind TouchWiz 3.0. It took me about 35 minutes to set up the entire phone before rooting. I sync'd my gmail account and facebook, but there were some issues with the syncing preventing my contacts from showing pictures in SMS's so I had to sync Facebook FIRST, then Gmail. Also I had to install SMS Time Fix as all my recieved texts showed up as 5 hours earlier then they were sent. This is when all the cracks in Android started to show. Getting back to the rooted style.. I liked it. My phone was now super quick, everything was instant, my sms's were on time.. but alas the screen was still very slightly unresponsive and jerky, and this bothered me. I returned my Captivate after being unsatisfied. I wanted to test voice quality but Rogers imposes a limit of 15 minutes of call time before you can return, which was not enough to test anything. The battery was OK, slightly less then the iPhone 4 but maybe it would've improved if I kept it long enough. The strange thing is, still to this day I miss the Captivate. Mostly the screen and some parts of the OS, but it seems iPhone is going to be my home until Android catch's up in screen responsiveness and battery life. Thanks for reading.