Well I lasted less than 24 hours on Android. I hate to admit it, but yesterday I pouted and threw a temper tantrum after the 4s announcement. So, I marched right down to the Verizon store and bought a Droid Bionic. " I will show Apple I thought". The Bionic really isn't a bad device. I liked the customization and it is a fast phone, great sized screen, battery life is decent, and LTE is phenomenal. But: Visual voicemail: cost $2.99 a month on Android devices, sure you can do the Google Voice work around, but why should you have to? To match iCloud you already have to do several work arounds. I was not going to do it for Visual Voicemail also. Camera: I do not care what anyone says the camera is horrible. The manager tried to argue that point with me when I returned it. So, we did a comparison and that was the end of that. In the end: The iPhone works. Everything that it does it does well. Android has come a long way, but it still is not quite there. I have learned my lesson and will be ordering the 4s and will enjoy all the things my iPhone does without much thought or effort. I hope this saves some people there time and money. By the way: I had a meeting last week with a Verizon Wireless Executive. I was privy to a little bit of info. The reason they push Android so hard is because they make a lot more from it. In fact, they make almost double what they do from Apple. You could since a real disliking for all things Apple. He even made the statement that he wished he knew what they put in that Kool Aide. He said just to put the Apple displays in their stores it cost $2,000 for each display and they had to be stand alone and not near anything else. So, Android is pushed by executives from the top down, no wonder it shows in the stores.