I have been an Iphone user since 2007 and have both the original Iphone and Iphone 4. Both devices have worked well and besides a few minor issues with IOS they both performed well. I currently have an Iphone 5 in a sealed box and been contemplating returning it. My biggest reason is that IOS has not evolved the ways I have hoped. Basic features like allowing customization to using it as a jump drive have really annoyed me. What really gets me is IOS 6 looks and feels very much like it did 5 years ago. So besides the upgraded cameras, cpu, LTE and the construction of the IP5 its really the same thing. Upgrading will give me a few features, sire which I've played with and find useless, panorama which I have an apps for and personally don't care for turn-by-turn navigation. After the Iphone 5 was released my eyes started to wonder. The Galaxy Note 2 and the next gen Nexus device have me checking the internet daily for updates. Android to me is something new and exciting and is not limited like the Iphone is. So this should be an easily decision for me, just switch to an Android handset. Well it's not that easily. I've become stuck in the Apple ecosystem. I own a lot of apps that I've paid for that I will lose. My parents, grandparent and girlfriend all use iphones. So if I switch to android ill lose my apps and face time ability. Now Skype is an option but my family hates it and claims it's just a hassle. So this bring me to my easiest option, return the iphone 5 and keep with the iphone 4 as it does everything I truly need and save my upgrade and 300 bucks. Am I making any sense here?