I've been thinking about leaving my trusty iPhone and try out an Android device. I came from Blackberry and I've owned a 3GS, 4, and now a 5. I'd love a bigger screen, and better signal reception. My iPhone 4 got a much better cell signal than the 5, including wifi signal. I swapped it out with another 5 at the Apple store, and got the same results. My wife's 4S gets better wifi signal all around the house than me as well. I want to make the move as painless as possible, and have some questions for anyone who's already done it. 1. Music I've purchased from iTunes, how do I get it on an Android phone? I have many MP3's that I believe I can just copy on to the Android phone, but what about the songs that are in MP4 or whatever lossless format Apple uses? Can I just copy them over too, or do they need to be converted somehow? 2. Is there a decent Facetime equivalent on Android that would allow me to FaceTime with my kids and their iTouch devices? I know Whatsapp will allow me to text with them, not sure about any kind of video conferencing equivalent. 3. I do not use iCloud for anything. How do I get my contacts and calendar from my i5 to an Android device? 4. I love iOS's super simple tasks app (Reminders) that's built-in. Does Android have an equivalent, or do I have to download some super complicated tasker? 5. Is there a Find iPhone app equivalent in Android, in case I want to know where my phone is or wipe it? 6. I have visual voicemail with the Rogers network on my i5. Does that work on an Android phone as well? 7. I've bought a ton of books in iBooks. Can I transfer these over? 8. Can I continue to use iTunes to buy music, videos, podcasts, etc, but playback on my Android? Is it easy, or a pain in the butt? I would love to hear from people who've switched over and dealt with some of these issues. Thanks!