but came running back to my Iphone 4!!!! LOL Well here is my complaint about the iphone. I really wished the podcast system on the iphone OS allowed the user to automatically download new content, and I also heard great things about the android OS notification system where with the iphone, you got a text that totally interrupts what you are doing at the moment with a huge message. Also, yes, apple sacrificed the "antenae issue" infavor for the large battery life, but it has advantages, but I really prefered not having a case. Sooo Last last friday, I went to the At&t store and brought the htc inspire 4g off contract for 399.99. after tweaking the Phone to make it fit, I've come to the conclusion, man the UI is a mess!! Its all over the place. The internet and the music app is terrible. the camera crashed on me 4 times trying to take a pic of my dog. LOL you need to restart the phone to clear the memory so it doesnt crash the camera. Mind you the inspire has 768mb of memory according to the forums at htc inspire4g compared to the iphone 4's 512mb (i think that's the spec)... The battery is horrible horrible horrible! According to the inspire 4g forums, you have to manually turn off syncing, turn off gps and manually turn off the brightness in order to eeek out good battery life. Then, "when you need it, use the widget to turn them off and on." WTH???? So I have to manually manage the phone just to make it last a whole day?? I guess now I'm spoiled with the iphone 4's good battery life where I no longer have to turn off wife and gps, and bluetooth just to make it last a fullday, but I don't have the patience to do this garbage no thank you. I really really wanted to like the android OS. I LOVE the screen & LOVE how manufacturers can change screen and hardware much faster than apple, and I LOVE the notification system for texting and email. (and I used to jailbreak and unlock my iphone when I was on tmobile, but its really not worth the stability issues jailbreaking brings about that i experienced). I also love the faster hsdpa data band that was noticeable faster than the iphone's normal 3g speed... but its just too much trouble if your used to the iphone's interface. Especially when I want to capture a moment with a pic, but can't do that to needing to restart my phone. The At&t people were like, just to let you if your used to the iphone os and go to android, we see aa lot of returns. kinda disappointing cause I really wanted to like the OS. I just hope apple updates the OS that implements the notification system more elegantly than what android does but I the benefits of iOS outweight the mish-mash of powerful but funky android problems.