There is no doubt that the 4S is a great upgrade. 64 GB. Siri. Camera and video upgrades. Faster data speeds. It's a great upgrade for 3GS users. But for the first time, Apple looks like they hit a double instead of a home run. The 4S is going to sell very well (especially w/Sprint in the mix), but this is the first time I can recall feeling so disappointed after a keynote. And you don't have to look hard on the internet (not just this forum) to see that many others are seriously underwhelmed with this update. Apple will undoubtedly lose customers to Android by not upgrading their hardware with respect to screen size. (Contend that all you want, it's a fact.) Even with the potential superior pixel count of the retina display, a lot of consumers will not entertain a 3.5" screen these days. For the first time that I can recall, the iPhone now feels like a truly dated piece of hardware. It's a shame. I can honestly say I'm going to pay close attention to the Nexus Prime announcement next week. Doesn't mean I'm going to jump ship, but man, this is just so underwhelming. Android wins big today.