It is amazing how easy it is for someone to say "they're switching to Android" or even if they say "switch from your iPhone to Android"...but lets see the true cost of doing this for someone like me: I just purchased a new thermostat by the Radio Thermostat Corporation of America from Home Depot for $99. The main reason I got this was the ability to control my thermostat from my iPhone. A couple months ago, I came across a device called the Kiwi for my car, which is an OBD-II code reader for the iPhone. I bought this at Fry's Electronics for $159 at the time + the cost of the accompanying iOS app for $49 Another reason is that the iPhone actually SYNCS WITH THE MAC but I have yet to see an Android phone sync with anything at all other than Google's own web services. So I guess I can count the Macs as another "accessory" to support my usage of an iPhone...Thousands of $ I also got an iSimple installed into my car, which obviously only will work with the iPod or iPhone. Most cars today are sold with iPod connectors. Cars that have only a USB in, Android will not integrate with the car, and one will still have to use the phone itself to change songs, rather than simple steering wheel controls or large buttons on the dash. So lets also add the car as an accessory to support the usage of an iPhone $20,000-$?? Depending on how much you spend on cars Also don't forget the various amounts of Apps I've spent money on (and unlike the first few items I've posted, this applies to every iOS user here ). I've spent about $100-$200 in apps, mainly GPS navigation apps, business apps, and car tools (you can tell I am a car guy). I also plan on getting a Z-Wave system installed into my house, which will offer even deeper iPhone integration of my house than just the thermostat, but thats down the road when I get more extra cash. So as a person who made this much investment into the platform, would it make sense to leave right now? Of course it isn't, which is why I am buying the iPhone 4S, and I do not regret my decision to get the 4S or any other Apple phones in the future, though some Android phones have tempted me in the past, but I got over it within a few days (which would probably mean that I would've had buyer's remorse within a few days of purchasing an Android) . Now off to the real reason for this post, is a question...is anyone else in the same boat?