It has occurred to me I've never fully used all of Apple's products and services. I've always had a combo of Apple hardware and Google/Microsoft to handle what they are good at. But now, with iOS 9 around the corner, I feel that I'll actually start seeing some real benefit by going "all in" with Apple's services (ie using iCloud for more than just backups of my iDevices and actually using Siri) thanks to Proactive. From Google, I'll be switching over: Contacts, Calendars, and Maps. It's a no brainer and a simple sync these days. Maps works pretty well, but I may keep Google Maps on my device as a just in case. I'm still deciding on iCloud email as my primary, but the thought of changing all the emails on my accounts... I just may do the main ones. From Microsoft, Swapping out the Office packages for the iWork suite. Since I don't need anything for work related stuff, shouldn't be a problem for what I do use those apps for. From Apple, I'll actually start using Siri, Photos/iCloud Photo Library (200GB), and I've already decided I'm leaving Spotify and Pandora for Apple Music. I'll be using Reminders a whole lot more and taking it out of the Apple Apps folder that resides on the very last page of my devices. Thoughts?