So on the 26th, I switched from AT&T to Verizon (and thank god for that). I had a faulty iPhone 4 as well, so the switch came at the perfect time (I'm convinced the touch sensor wasn't entirely working since I would inadvertently click every button while I was making a call). I didn't really want to upgrade simply from a 4 to a 4s, so I decided, for this upcoming phone, to try an Android. Bad idea. I started with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. It's a great screen, a slick looking phone, and I love the curved screen. And I thought Ice Cream Sandwich was a solid enough operating system. Unfortunately, reception/signal strength was awful and the battery didn't last me 3+ hours. I knew this on day one. I traded it in for a Motorola Droid Razr. Admittedly a good phone. Nice screen, great reception, excellent speaker.....but it became evident that no matter how good this phone was, I would hate it. And the only reason I hated it is because of the Android operating system. It's pretty clear that this is a developer's operating system meant for people with the time and energy to customize the hell out of their phones. Personally, I was missing the basics that I had grown accustomed to on my iPhone: unread email/sms counter. Lock screen notifications and popups. ATTRACTIVE FOLDER OPTIONS! In that second day, when I missed a call, I had no idea because the notification wasn't on the icon or on the lock screen. I was late responding to work emails for the same reason. Day 2 made me realize I wouldn't be happy with Android. So, back to iOS. It took 2 days for me to realize just how good Apple's system really is. I now understand what people mean when they say the system simply works. I'm on the Verizon network with an iPhone 4s (still a significant upgrade over an iPhone 4 on AT&T, so it all worked out). I'm sorry Steve Jobs. Never again.