Well guys I finally did it. I had to wait in line for 6 hours but it was completely worth getting rid of those abominations. Why? Because EVERY app places the guide buttons on the top and the button of the screen. And with the 6 Plus it is IMPOSSIBLE to reach the top buttons without A) Shimming the phone in your hand = inconvenient, carpel tunnel, and high chance of dropping B) Using accessibly mode = inconvenient. Furthermore: C) Heavy and weight is spread out around your entire hand (unlike the 4S where it is concentrated in your palm) so holding it vertical is very fatiguing on your hand muscles. D) Landscape mode sucks. We were shown this: and we got this: Seriously, 25% of the screen is used to display text in landscape. It's basically unusable. You can maximize the text area and remove the list of contacts but then it's no better than the iPhone 6. E) Accelerometer is too sensitive. I'd find myself accidentally switching to widescreen mode on the home screen way too often. For you guys wondering about my specs, I am 6'2 with slightly longer than average aka "piano player" fingers. I'd wager only Shaq and a few other NBA players can hold a 6 Plus comfortably without ANY sacrifices. Cliff Notes: Pros: Great battery life, awesome screen [reading], good camera Cons: Unusable with one-hand; (Apple) software is lacking.