I am so frustrated right now. Why, because I just fired up my iPhone 3GS from the dead and I miss it very much. I finally upgraded to a new iPhone 7 on launch day after the ancient iPhone 3GS failed after many many years. The touch screen stopped responding in the lower half after it was dropped. I got by with an old Samsung slider phone for a while, but that just totally sucked. Now that I have been using a new iPhone 7 for a few months (since launch), here are my thoughts. 1. Even the 'regular' iPhone 7 is RIDICULOUSLY large. It requires two hands to use. I can't imagine being one of you poor souls that got the Plus model. 2. Touch ID never worked for me. What a stupid gimmick. I finally disabled it because it never worked and now I have to put in my code with two hands because it is so large. 3. This thing is so big that it wears out my jean pockets at work and especially because of the required Otter box case to protect my investment. 4. What exactly is my return on investment for buying this thing in the first place? --- Post Merged, Dec 24, 2016 --- Other considerations.... If you are outside and shoveling snow, there is no way the iP7 will register your print or accessing the so called 'home' button. The whole Touch ID thing really burned me with this phone. I've been using Apple products since '91 but now that updating the Macintosh has become an afterthought.....well.... I recently bought a Sony TV. It runs on Android and well, it just works.