After almost 3 weeks of going from the iPhone 5S to the Nexus 5, its back to the 5S for me. In the end there were some nagging issues with the Nexus 5/ Kitkat I was willing to live with, but one big issue that was the nail in the coffin for the Nexus 5, which I will mention below, but first, the pros and cons I found with the Nexus 5: Pro's: Screen: Love it, huge, sharp, and the colors felt more natural (I know people say that its undersaturated, but after testing out the Moto X and playing with Note 2, I prefer'd the Nexus 5 colors. Reception: Better reception/speed with T-mobile than the 5S, and on par with the Moto X. Wireless Charging: While the battery left something to be desired, the wireless charging capabilities made me forget about it......its just convenient to set down a phone, walk away, let it charge, rather than plugging/unplugging the thing...I used the Nokia Charger, and while not as fast charging as with the wall plug, I could live with it no problem. Google Now/Chrome: Using Chrome on the desktop logged into my google account, searching for a restaurant, and then minutes later seeing routing come up on my phone to drive to that restaurant was pretty cool. Price: $350/$399 fully unlocked and out the door is pretty insane for a phone of this quality. LG did a pretty decent job, and all things considered you won't find a better phone, NEW, for this price. Cons: Video Playback: Rough video playback, didn't matter the app, and from googling it seems its an issue with the Nexus 5 (I've owned a Kindle Fire HD which has a slower processor and video was silky smooth regardless of app). It wasn't bad enough that I wouldn't use the phone because of it....but it was noticeable. Battery Life: Hit or miss. Some days the battery felt like it lasted longer than my iPhone 5, other days I couldn't understand what I was doing wrong. I was getting maybe a day of use with 2:30 ours of onscreen time. I know other users have tried other kernels with better results, but frankly my intention was to leave things stock, so this is based on stock. Camera: Again, hit or miss. In great lighting I experienced relatively quick shots (not as fast as the 5S) with results about on par with the 5S. Other times, absolutely terrible photos, with shots that took forever to take. Moving objects not shot in perfect light were impossible. Google Now: I stream music using the Google Music app, and I am unable to use google now while music is playing. Now this makes sense as apparently the mic is disabled when music is playing, but considering while driving being able to route to a location, send / listen to messages or emails and change music without taking my eyes off the road was the straw that broke the camels back. I really didn't notice know how important Siri was for me in the car, but without it or its functionality, there was just no way to keep the Nexus 5. (I use a bluetooth earpiece and can long press the earpiece to initiate siri regardless of what the phone is doing) Google Music: I think this may really be an issue with Google Now, but even after using the correct commands, I was unable to get google now to play the correct song or album I wanted through Google Music. I made sure to elect the Google Music app the first time it gave me an option, however if I told it to play an album, it would show the correct album in google now, but when it opened Google Music nothing would play. I made sure Google Music had the entire library / all music selection enabled. E-mail: No Push in stock email app for most third party e-mail. I tried most of the popular email apps that I could find in the Play Store, but in the end either the functionality wasn't where it needed to be, or it flat out looked terrible, and I'm a fan of both form and function. Conclusion: For the money, the Nexus 5 is a great phone, especially for those already ingrained in android, you can't beat the price, or the specs....I still recommend the phone to my friends who are either looking for a change from the iPhone, or just want an affordable new fully unlocked phone at a great price. Most of the issues can be overlooked all things considered, however for me personally, the Siri functionality on the iPhone 5S (when used with a bluetooth headset) in car was just too big of an issue to overlook.