Hear me out. While i was using the itunes app store I felt like I was in a gated community. Every app I tried had a decent UI, didn't crash and was simple to use. There was lots of competition and thus lots of free apps and lots of amazing paid apps that were GUARANTEED to work great on the ipod/iphone. Now in the android store I feel like I'm out in a jungle. I find lots of paid apps that crash, open up on the phone randomly, aren't easy to use and frankly should be free. The free apps usually ask for connection to the internet and access to my personal info and put ads on it--using my bandwidth! Because there are so many different android phones, whether they will work or not is hit or miss. I know there is a return policy but I wish you would have an official app store where google vetted each piece of software in exchange for some pct of sales and another market where anyone could post. The android platform should come with many of these apps. 1) decent weather, stock, calendar widgets. 2) Opening/editing of .txt,.doc,.pdf files. 3) Usage meters for data and phone 4) app manager where you can tell which apps can auto-start, and which apps should close or stay open after you use them. Just a little frustrated, eager to hear your thoughts.