It never occurred to me, an enthusiast hoping for an even larger display, that I could ever go back down to below a 5.5" iPhone. Yet, that opinion changed when I was given the ability to test the 4.7" iPhone 6s. Put bluntly, I do not miss the larger display when I'm using the 6s. This is quite the surprise for me because whenever going from a 4" iPhone 5 to a 3.5" iPhone I deeply missed the larger display, with the same being true with the 5.5" 6 Plus whenever I used a 4" 5/5s. Nonetheless, here I am jumping down from 5.5" to 4.7" and not feeling any remorse. 4.7" may be the perfect size for one-handed use: it is much more comfortable for using one-handed, which is how I use my iPhone for a substantial amount of my overall usage. I had forgotten how comfortable life before the Plus was with one hand, as I use my thumb to efficiently write this post. Despite being concerned that the display with its lower PPI may be inferior, I also find myself preferring the higher contrast display to the sharper Plus display. The one complaint over the Plus would have to be the noticeably shorter battery life. I'm practically going from 8-9 hours of usage to 5-6, plus I do miss OIS. I find myself very, very surprised that I do not miss the 5.5" Plus display... Which I would've never realized without trying the 6s. I may very well end up with the Plus as it is technically considered the superior phone but for now the 4.7" iPhone feels more like going back to a phone. An iPhone 6s for going out and an iPad for home may just be the ideal setup. Point of the thread: don't go with your gut and assume one is better than the other for your own usage. Try the phones.