OK, so I've had Android for a little over 2 years (An original Evo 4G and now a Galaxy S2) and I've really like them both. But I've decided that if the iPhone 5 has certain features I might like to switch over... features being: at least a 4 in screen, no glass on the back.. everything else just depends on iO6. I'm afraid I'll miss some of the customization and file-managing ability that I like in Android.. The only problem is that it seems like all the "new" stuff in iOS6 are things that Android has had forever... facebook integration, notification pull down, widgets, video chat over 3g, etc... I've had friends with iphones that seem to have problems when it comes to PDF's and word documents - downloading, saving, managing locations, editing, etc... maybe that was just them and not the phone, I don't know. And no, I'm not a troll.. I just want to hear from anyone that has had a long history in Android (and that likes rooting and customizing) to help me out and tell me why they're glad (or sad) that they switched. Also, I'll prolly be switching carriers as well... Sprint service has gotten almost unusable over the last year and after my experience with the Evo4G and never getting 4G service in my area.. I'll never buy a phone that has a radio in it that the carrier doesn't currently support. Fire away and thanks for the input. - Oh, and my alternative if I don't go iPhone will probably be a SGS3.. or just wait.