So, for years now, I've been an avid Apple fan. I've owned the black MacBook, 15" MacBook Pro, and my current 27" iMac. Along with those computers, I've owned the iPad 2, iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4, and now the 4S. I've always felt like I was on the cutting edge of technology and had a leg up on every sucker out there with a crappy Dell spyware loaded computer and clunky Android device that was kinda, sorta like the iPhone, but not quite as good. Now, with increasing competition, Android handsets have really taken off to the point that they've surpassed the iPhone in a number of key areas. Behind multiple hardware manufacturers and some impressive software development by Google, I can actually say I'm a little jealous of phones like the Galaxy S3, HTC OneX, and some others. My question is whether or not Apple feels a greater sense of urgency with this upcoming keynote given that Google is gaining ground in a hurry. And, is Google really positioned to make Apple #2 in the mobile space, or will Apple respond with some major counter-punches? I'm sure there are threads like this, but looking for some fresh perspective. Will you consider an Android device if the next iPhone is just "blah"? I think I might. I don't buy a ton of apps and my music collection is mostly DRM free. The ecosystem is not as big of a "barrier to exit" as it may be for others.