My wife and I are recent converts to the Apple family. I picked up a MBA 11 inch, and she picked up a Macbook Pro 13 inch a couple of months ago and we are loving it. I've also had an iPod Touch for a couple of years and can't live without it. A few weeks ago, my wife got the Verizon iPhone, and I have an Android Incredible that I've had for a year or so. I love the Android - it's great with Google Maps and Navigator, and it's very fast online. The connectedness of my address book and facebook, etc. is great, and I love the camera. But I really don't use any apps on it - I still use my iPod Touch for apps, games, etc. Long story longer, I'm so jealous of my wife's iPhone, and I feel like I'm missing out on not having it. So my main question is, is there really a benefit to having an iPhone along with my wife's and our MBA and MBP? Would anything really be better? (I'm never one to even think about the Android vs. iPhone or Mac vs PC arguments. I don't care enough.) I'm curious if I am truly missing some cool features, etc. by having the Android instead. Also, does the iPhone have a good GPS navigator like the Android? We did a speed test on Google Maps, and my Android won easily by finding my location and showing the traffic much faster than the iPhone. Thanks in advance. I hope this all makes sense!