I tend not to agree with you, but if you’re using these things, that is a valid argument. I also see the other side, especially since I do not use that integration, and Apple has failed me in hardware, software, and customer service as of late. I am not looking for integration, as this hasn’t worked for me in at least two years (and I am not a wearables kind of gal), I am looking for it just works. I still hold out slight hope that Apple will go back to that, and take as much pride in their build quality and QC as they did prior to 2013. I would like nothing more. Somehow, I think I should let go of this though. Until such time, I am willing to go where the build quality and customer service is closer to what Apple was. The iMac line has generally served me well since 1999, but it’s time to try something else.