My wife and are are hoping to update phones soon. I am going to go with Android. We are on AT&T, so iPhone is a possibility too. My wife currently is on a WinMo device (LG Incite), and it has been stable, but more difficult than she really is comfortable with. She wants to see what I settle on with Android, and wants to consider same, but also would be happy with iPhone. Her main use of the phone will be: Phone use (of course) Blue Tooth to car Google sync to calendar, hers in particluar, and maybe mine too The calendar synch is her only motivating reason for a smart phone. Given that motivation, and some of the cool Google based apps out there (and coming, I'm sure), I have a tendency to want her on the Android. But of course, Android is still pretty fresh. I don't want to encourage her to Android if it is going to be an experience of lockups, reboots and frustration. Of course enven needing to do that once a week will result in frustration to her. My thoughts are that if we are careful to only install a small number of Apps that have good feedback will be the best method to assure that. What's your thoughts and experience on this? [EDIT] Oh, of course a very important aspect is ease of use. I am thinking that with the flexibility of the interface for Android, having first page, or second page access to the common things will be there, but not having really used one yet, I'm not positive. For her that would be ease of finding and useing: Contacts Voice capaibility similar to Call Bob at home, or CAll Bob on Mobile Messaging (Not using messaging now, but may be doing so on next phone, some) Blue Tooth on/off Ease of input (onscreen keyboard) Seeing if there are voice mails waiting, messages, etc FYI...I"m considering the Samaung Galaxy S, if it ever comes to AT&T. One main reason would be for seeing the screen in sunlight, and she considers that an important feature too.