I've never used Android, but I have to say the video below convinced me it's worth a shot. Too bad it's not supported by my organization, or I would have gotten one of their flagship phones instead of an iPhone, which I recently got. I'm underwhelmed by the native feature set and the app store (which, while extensive, is full of junk). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A48A4J5qpYA&feature=plcp The iPhone is incredibly smooth and fast, though. My sense is the highest-spec Android devices on the market run even the OS with stutters and random hiccups, and web browsing isn't as fast as it is on the iPhone on LTE. True/false? Also, if anyone's used the Mail client on Android, how does it compare with iPhone's? Setting aside some inexcusable bugs with push notifications, the iPhone's client is decent, but it's missing many features I'd like (this is inevitable, because a mobile client can only offer so many without becoming unusable). I wonder if the Android client has a better feature set in its mail client too.