The latest straw on my back from Apple is their outrageous prices for iCloud storage. My family has 2 iPhones, 2 iPod Touch's (our young kids), and 2 iPads, not to mention an Apple TV and Mini. We've spent a bundle on Apple products and yet I feel like they're nickel and diming me on iCloud storage for all my portable devices. Seriously, $100/year for 55 GB of iCloud storage is outrageous!! I can BUY a 3 TB drive for about that price, and I'm assuming Apple is buying TB's of cloud storage servers at just a small fraction of what I pay. As for their competition .for comparisons sake, 50 GB on Amazon's Cloud Drive is $25, 50 GB is $25 from Microsoft and 100 GB from Google runs you $60. Do the math, Apples prices are well over 3 X the competition. Were not talking about the typical +20% or +30% (because we can) Apple premium, Im talking a +200% premium. And dont try telling me that iCloud is 3 X better, sorry, its not. Its got plenty of issues just read these boards or independent reviews. It just boggles my mind how, given the stiff competition, Apple just keeps giving me reasons to switch out of their ecosystem. I know it wont be an easy switch and will have to occur over the course of a couple years, but Im already slowly starting the process out of frustration with Apple. I like Apple products overall, but innovation has slowed considerably in the face of intense competition and Apple seems to be treating its customers like a cash cow to be exploited, by pricing their products as high as they can to eek out every last penny us customers have to spend. Apples arrogance seems astounding given the current competitive landscape. My iPhones contracts up and I'm ready for a new phone, but don't see anything truly compelling about the most recent iPhone model. Im waiting for the next Galaxy release before making a decision. Ive also already bought two Kindle Fires because the Kids FreeTime Unlimited App is brilliant (+innovation) and avoids those often difficult conversations with our small kids when its time to put the iPads away. Its not a foregone conclusion that our family will switch away from iOS, its entirely dependent on Apples future product offerings, prices and how it decides to treat its previously loyal customers. I know its a rambling post, but I just needed to vent.