Well perhaps I just dislike Android being a royal bully with the unnecessary (and largely unhelpful) crash dialogs, especially the useless wait dialogs. For a system that seems synonymous with control I find it hard to believe I cannot turn those off, or why I cannot use ALL my internal storage to install apps to. I mean why can't I install a 300KB app when there is like 10 MB left? 300KB < 10 MB. Come on!
Reminds me of the classic Mac days, when I actually hated Apple. When they crashed they had sound effects of cars crashing or breaking glass, which did nothing but annoy the user. When Android says 'unfortunately, Google Play has stopped' what purpose does that serve other than annoying me? It offers no actual details or help in diagnosing it?
Samsung Galaxy Precedent (rooted, AreaRom 3.4 , sd-ext w/ 3.65GB internal space)
Kindle Fire (1st Gen, rooted, AOKP JB 4.1, Nova Launcher)
Samsung Galaxy SIII 4G LTE (rooted, Carbon ROM)