Hello, I have been a long time Mac user and was one of the first in line for the 2G and 3G iPhone releases. I loved how in typical Apple world fashion, it just worked! I could not say the same for AT&T, so I jumped ship when the Palm Pre was released because of Sprints crazy good plans. Overall, i think this was just a mistake. While I like WebOS and the Sprint network, Palm needed to put more juice into that device to make WebOS run properly. Also, it was like having the 2G iPhone all over again, because I had to wait 10 months for the first 3D games to hit. Crappy thing is, they were the same games I had played on the 3G over a year ago. Also, I had invested myself into mobileme, missed the idisk function and other direct sharing feature that were out of the loop because of my handset. I have also tried the EVO 4G. I found Android to be fine at surfing the web and tweaking, but the OS still had issues foreclosing apps unexpectedly. Also, the only push email you can get is with exchange, gmail and yahoo. (There went my mobile me push that the Palm played nicely with) I had to install this secondary email app called K-9 and it was horrible! Just plain clunky and unpleasant to use. Games on the EVO 4G Android 2.1 were SO SO bad. This was a combination of the crappy snapdragon processor and the poorly optimized selection. Qik and Fring sucked for video and there is no 4G in my area. Although, I don't think I will find myself using facetime much anyways. Also, the build quality was horrible on the first batch of EVO's. I was unlucky enough to witness this first hand. While my screen didn't pop off, it was one snag on my shorts away from disaster. I have been looking at the Sprint Epic 4G, but again its Android and think I will have the same email issues on that device as well. However, that phone is an absolute beast! Its and iPhone 4 internally with a slide out keyboard. I understand it not iOS, and polished, but heres whats scaring me about making the switch back to iPhone. 1. Antenna issues 2. Proximity Sensor Issues (EVO has the exact same issue others have reported here on iPhone 4) 3. AT&T 4. Fragile materials (While i'm not clumsy.. wasn't one sheet of glass enough to worry about?) 5. 2GB Data Cap 6. Multitasking just not well implemented - Like WebOS I know the developers are there to support the iphone and it has the best ecosystem by far. I also know that unless Google puts their foot down demanding that manufactures use a standardized chipset every year, developers will never take android seriously. Who can blame the developers? Spend all that time only to sell their apps to 10% of all android users? Lame. If they could make the Samsung Galaxy S hardware the standard, I truly think they could get developers onboard quickly and within a few years, balance things out nicely. I dont know what to do... If you have stayed with your iPhone/ATT and never left, you wont understand where I am coming from. I have had a taste of cheaper plans with better overall service, but have been lost in the device shuffle. Im sure there has to be someone out there that can shed some light on these concerns and my confusion.