Hey all. New Android Forums user, and fairly new to Android phones. I'm an ex-iPhone user that made the switch to Android because I'm on T-Mobile and hated the jailbreak experience of a slow 3G iPhone and 2G data speeds. I purchased an HTC Sensation 4G about 3 months ago and was pleasantly surprised at how quick this new phone was -- both in device functionality as well as data speed. Lately, my experience with this phone has changed from initial bliss to frustration. I don't know if it is because I'm adding more apps and data, but I'm finding that apps and services on my device will not start, and I have to either disable / enable the respective service or completely reboot the system. It's like I'm experiencing the slowness / non-responsiveness of my predecessor phone -- but on a brand new state-of-the-art phone. I'm to the point where my level of frustration is high enough that I'm starting to wonder if I made the right choice to move to Android. And it doesn't help that my wife just purchased a flashy new iPhone 4S that doesn't seem to have any of the issues I'm experiencing. Should I have the expectation to have to reboot my phone every other day for it to work correctly? Is there anything I'm missing or not doing to make my Android experience more positive? I've run the latest updates for everything, but that doesn't seem to fix the issue. Any thoughts or feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.