I've had a LG G2 for about a week now after debating between this phone and iphone 6. Previously I was using an iphone 4 for several months, and androids before that. Thought I'd give this phone a whirl, and am now trying to decide whether to stay with this new phone or not. PROS 1. Notification light. This is a big issue for me, the biggest one that drove me to android -- and it's even better than I expected. I've set it to glow steadily if there's a notification, and it's been a transformative experience. I no longer miss messages and no longer pick up the phone 50 times a day to turn it on to check for messages. Sooo much more efficient and delightful to live this way. 2. Swifkey is great. All the keys I need are right there on the main keyboard, and it works very well. I'm much faster at texting now. In fact, messaging in general can be accomplished a lot quicker on Android than iphone, but no surprise there, as iphone generally takes more steps to accomplish almost every task than an Android does. 3. Love the weather widget I've got on my home page, and love that that the nice big, easy to see alarm app doesn't ask me to press 'edit' every day just to adjust the time, and I can choose how long to snooze for. 4. Lock screen shortcuts, or not using a lock screen at all. Very nice. 5. Love that that the outgoing text doesn't make some pointless, annoying, and confusing sound when I press send. That was driving me nuts on iphone, and having to always use my phone in vibrate to avoid it was not acceptable. CONS: 1. It's more glitchy than iphone. Things might close unexpectantly, or I might find myself on some strange screen and not know how I got there. I expect there may be niggling issues here and there always. Everything is just a little more complex. iphone couldn't do much, but at least it always behaved as it was supposed to. 2. The stock messaging app is lame, and the text size can't get nearly as big as iphone (or Samsung for that matter), which I need for my aging eyes. This means using different third party apps for both email and texting, and these apps don't look as nice or work quite as smoothly as iphone. 3. More annoying notifications and other such business. I don't want any prompts to show up asking me if I'd like to connect to nearby wifi networks and such things. Just leave me be, phone. I'll come to you if I need something. 4. It's a beautiful phone with a lovely big screen, but in most areas, my aging eyes find iphone to be easier on the eyes and nicer looking in general. 5. It's a little heavier and bigger than iphone 6, which is not a plus. CONCLUSIONS: It's a tough call. The notification light is a literal life changer and there's some other lovely things, but the glitches spook me. Very undecided. iPhone is like a beautiful girl who knows how to cook and clean very well, but is otherwise dumb as a post with few other skills. Android is a tempestuous woman, lively, accomplished in so many areas, well-read, brilliant, capable of whipping up elaborate feasts -- but also capable of burning toast, throwing frying pans at you when you least expect it, and otherwise being a high maintenance mistress. Which do I want?