Something I don't understand with all of the comparisons between the iphone and Android phones, is why? I mean, I love the UI of the android phones, especially the HTC sense on top. However with that said, in 2 years time, Google has not addressed the app storage problem. You can't store apps on the SD card unless you want to root. So you are limited in the app market because the devs can't make large file size apps and your limited on the user end as you can't install them to sd. Whats the point? Here's a pretty box that's super awesome, WOAH there kid, let's not put anything in there. Check out how old of an issue this is. http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=1151 I was researching Android as I was thinking about getting one and came across that. Wow, 2 years later!!! Yeah, I get that Android can do multitasking, but if I have to hack my phone to get sd access, whats the point? I can hack my iphone for multitasking. So the " You have to jailbreak your Iphone to get the features Android offers " is a silly point since have to hack your Android to store apps to your main storage device, sd. In my frustration, I find myself wondering why any of these companies can't seem to figure out how to provide for their user base. Apple, multitasking is not revolutionary and Android, storing to sd card is not either. I feel like as a consumer, we should be watching the battle of the titans fight over offering the coolest innovative technology, instead we are watching them plug holes in the dam with their fingers. These companies are both equally disappointing in these regards. However at this time, I find Apple's Iphone a little less disappointing. Even if I am limited to running one app at a time, at least there are amazing 400 mb apps I can download and install.