Yes, I moved on to the other OS after owning an iPhone since 2007. I have to JailBreak and unlock my first iPhone to make it work up here on Canada. I got curious on the perceived openness and other capabilities like "true multitasking" on Android that the fanboys are touting so I got myself a Samsung Galaxy S Captivate on Rogers and things went downhill. I prefer the multitasking on the iOS and WP7 compared to the battery consuming implementation on my Galaxy S. I once forgot to kill several apps and left them running in the background and it ate 40% of my battery in like three hours. What's the point of having this kind of multitasking when it kills your battery so fast? I also do not like the fact that I have to be actively killing apps in order to preserve battery life. I also have to root my SGS to make it usable, use One Click Lag Fix to get rid of the lag, use Juice Defender and SetCPU to under clock it to 100 MHz when idle to preserve battery life, use AudioBoost, install Dolphin because the default browser sucks, and numerous other "tweak apps" and hacks. My experience with Android isn't a pleasing one. I have to do all sorts of geeky stuff to make my Galaxy S useful and last a day. I don't get a kick out of doing all these tweaks and prefer the "it just works" approach of Apple. Tweaking and hacking my Android device doesn't makes me happy, in fact, it's annoying. It makes me wonder how the non-geek customers of Galaxy S who hasn't done a tweak manages their phone. It must have suck for them. No wonder the user loyalty of Android is at 28% compared to Iphone's 59%. I will switch back to iOS when iPhone 5 comes out. Android feels more like a beta OS compared to the polished iOS. On the apps department, Android generally fails in quality compared to iOS's. Almost all the apps are better on iOS. Most Android widgets also don't appear elegant and have a Windows XP/ hacker feel. I expect my Galaxy S to be a phone first and last a day with the smartphone features playing only a second fiddle role to its main purpose. Sadly, my Galaxy S fails its purpose out of the box without tweaks and tweaking Android is not fun at all. I saved my wife all the hassle and bought her an iPhone 4.