I love Android, but now that the OEMs have had time to mature their launchers, I feel vanilla Android no longer is as desirable to me. Now of course the average consumers doesn't really know all the different skins/launchers that come on Android phones. To them, it's just an Android phone. It's only when they change android devices that they realize something is different. I had a few co-workers that moved from a nexus s to the SGS3 and felt the GS3 ui "looked" and "worked" so much easier. I have to say it's Samsung in particular that has really improved on the Android experience. The old "Toucwiz Sucks" mantra just doesn't hold water with me anymore. Touchwiz on the GS1 is not the same Touchwiz on the GS3. The improvements are HUGE. Don't get me wrong, I can see how stock Android is completely desirable for many still, But here's a perfect video of what I mean in terms of improving stock Android. Start at 4:21 for the UI comparisons. How do you feel regarding Vanilla Android?