Hey all. So I recently tried the S6. I've been a long standing Apple/iPhone lover and still do love their products, I have a range of Apple hardware but I'm just becoming bored of the iPhone and it's limited OS. I don't really want to JB to get the features that should be present, it's like having a Rolls-Royce but being restricted to 40mph. It will get you there in comfort and style but it will be a boring ride though a solid boring ride at that. I want more freedom, more choices and more feature rich options right out of the box but Apple don't want to offer that, yet. I love iMessage, keychain and iCloud for the ease of use and the fact that all my family use iPhones etc. I also love the support network; if I damage my iPhone or it brings faulty, I can book an appointment and have a new device same day. No sending off, no waiting weeks for a repair and no bulls*it (most of the time). I recently tried the S6 but felt that screen size was a compromise, I'm used to the bigger real screen estate. Fantastic phone, slick and amazing specs but I didn't like the fact that updates could take 6 months from release and didn't like TW in the menus etc. the battery was also not that great for be compared to my iPhone 6 Plus so I returned it. It was not a bad phone, just not for me. I think if I'm going to switch then I'd prefer a device with a native OS, is it just the Nexus range that provide this? For people who have done what I'm considering, what's your verdict? Is it a good switch? I'm willing to depart from the Apple Ecosystem but want to make it a worth while switch. What's the battery like, can you get a full days use out of it with heavy ish use? What about size? It is really 'that' much bigger? I'm so confused, I like the lure of Google's OS, and becoming tired of Apple's iOS.