For the last 3 years I've been on Android. For 2 of those years I couldn't imagine trading it for anything running iOS. The thought of being on a locked down platform with so little customization was very unappealing. I loved flashing custom ROMs and making everything just so. For the last year though, all that's sort of just... worn off. I got bored with constantly messing with things. Certain ROMs had bugs and in most of them some of my phone's core features weren't functional. OEM support for the latest versions of Android had ended after only 12 months of having the phone so I was having to keep it up to date myself with software written by people who were trying their best but ultimately didn't have the time to do it right. It got tiresome. Sometime during the last couple months I made the decision that I was going to try something different. I wasn't 100% happy with the keynote introduction of the new iPhones... they seemed mostly incremental and on paper weren't impressive but I was going to stick with my decision. I preordered my Space Gray 64GB 6+ on 9/12 and received it on 10/2. To keep things short, I'll just say I've been blown away. The device is incredibly fast, setup was easy, and everything just works. I never experienced things just working on Android. And the battery life... with my old phone I'd go through the whole battery in a day with it just idling. If I actually used it, I'd have to charge it when I got home from work in addition to each night. With the 6+ I've seen as much as 69.5 hours on battery: As for the so called problems.... I haven't seen any. The device has been flawless so far. I pre-ordered a case (Nodus Access Case) but have been running caseless in the meantime without worry because to me it doesn't feel the least bit fragile. I've had no trouble carrying it around in my front pocket at work all day with a fair amount of bending over, sitting down, and getting in and out of cars. I'm sure it'd bend if I tried to make it do so but I don't see how it could happen with normal use. tl;dr I'm converted and felt the need to share.