I got my 6 Plus and I've been trying it out. Still deciding if I'm going to keep it. Most people I think are talking about the size, but oddly enough after using it, I don't find the size to be as much of a problem as I thought at all. You can actually use it one handed more than you think. But of course not al the time. The bit I'm disappointed in really, and I know this is premature and time will take care of some of it, is that the apps aren't at all optimized to take advantage of the screen (and I'm not talking about graphics quality). Its just a bigger iPhone when it has the potential to be so much more. Sometimes the type is so large in apps that I feel like and old man that can't read. I remember one reviewer mentioning this, and they were right. You can't blame third party apps for this, because they haven't had the time yet. But you can blame Apple for their apps and OS not taking full advantage. This is really a screen for which, I think at least, it needs its own new iOS design/layout to really realize it's potential. A third screen to design for (iPhone 6/ iPhone 6 Plus / iPad family). Remember in the keynote, when Tim was talking about the Apple Watch. He said "What we didn't do is just take the iPhone and shrink it down..." Well that's exactly what they did here. And that's the problem. They just enlarged the iPhone, and I'm not sure it works. I mean the Phone app, when your in the dial screen there is just so much, empty, unused space, it looks odd and superfluous. And really the menu bars, should be at the bottom and not a the top of the screen for this device.