Some of you may remember me (like samcraig), others may not. I own a LOT of Apple equipment, and I consider myself a pretty big Apple supporter (I don't call myself a fanboy). After getting the iPhone 4 and having an antenna issue I told myself "enough is enough" and got rid of my iPhone 4 in favor of a Nexus One. This was the 3rd Nexus I have owned, I sold the other 2 after some months of owning them. I used my Nexus, enjoyed my Nexus, and became somewhat of an Android fanboy. I then got a Milestone (the UK Droid, AT&T equivalent), and the HTC Aria (another AT&T Android phone). I was thinking Android had finally won be over. Then I traded someone a few netbooks for a Dell Streak (Android 5" phone made by Dell). Then it hit me the other day, I really dislike Android. All of these months I was thinking I liked Android, when the reality of it was that I liked the new HARDWARE I had been using, Android just happened to be the OS on those devices! Once the "new toy" factor wore out of me I found myself bored. The quality of apps was just terrible. The lack of a quality copy and paste was terrible. I have traded some old electronics crap for an iPhone 4 and once again I am happy with my phone. Turns out I was just bored of the "grid of icons" and wanted a change for a bit. Has anyone else gone through something like this with their technology? Would people be happy of iOS was able to run on other hardware like the Evo to throw in some variation? TL;DR: I got bored of iOS, bought a bunch of Android phones, got bored of them and came back to iOS. Turns out I was just tired of the lack of hardware variation.