Sure, I'll get flamed for bringing this up in an iPhone forum, but the article seems pretty sold on that whole CNN report that 4 out of 5 Android users wouldn't purchase an Android phone again. The article is here: http://www.beatweek.com/news/6810-verizon-needs-verizon-iphone-more-than-apple-after-droid-debacle/ The article continues to say Verizon needs the iPhone more than Apple needs Verizon (old news). I understand Beatweek seems pretty biased and in favor of Apple, but to call the Android platform a sinking ship? Hardly. My overall question is if VZ finally gets an iPhone, will that be the near-end for Android? Good or bad for Apple in the long-run? That last question may seem to have an obvious answer, but it's like saying if Microsoft died and Apple lived, would that not mean the end of innovation as we know it? Or would Apple be strong enough to breathe without a fear of being suffocated?