Since the iPhone 5s will officially be a lame duck after tomorrow, I thought I'd take a moment to remember what's great about this phone, before the iPhone 6 sucks all the oxygen out of the room. Touch ID turned out to be just as advertised, at least for me. We finally got a fingerprint scanner that was actually more convenient than typing a pass code. It seems like a small thing, but I never liked having a pass code. I only used one for security. Now my phone can be "woke up" and ready for use seamlessly, and I was able to enable the "complex" pass code option for even better security, since I use the manual pass code so rarely. The A7 chip with it's "desktop" infrastructure didn't really get a chance to show it's stuff over the last year, but I'm hoping it keeps this iPhone running and receiving updates longer than previous generations. I didn't really use the improved camera/flash, so can't comment on that. The only thing I didn't like about this phone was that the space gray was pretty much the only option on launch day, and I wanted a silver one. What else did you love/like/meh/hate about the 5s?