I'm trying to develop an iPhone app, and let me tell you - to say it's a piece of cake is a HUGE overstatement. It's more like trying to assemble a big house with just a hammer, some wood, some nails and paint. Visual Basic is way easier. For example, in Visual Basic, writing an app where the user enters his name and gets a "Hello (name)" would basically be as easy as dragging a label object, a text field, and a button, naming them, then writing something along the lines of Code: Private Sub HelloButton_Tap() HelloLabel.Text = UserName.Text End Sub Compare that to Xcode, where you have to not only name the objects, but you have to create connections and designate the view as the delegate object and then write code that will display the user's name. This is exactly why I prefer not to learn Obj-C & Cocoa Touch. Yes, I know iOS programming is object-oriented, but Visual Basic is a heck of a lot more easy to develop programs in. Should I bother submitting my feedback to Apple? What do you think they would do?