Hi there. I searched around the forum a bit for similar topics, but I have some slightly different questions that I think warranted a new post. I've decided I'm finally making the jump to an Android phone, and, because I'm on T-Mobile, I'm left with these two candidates. Up until just recently, I was expecting to buy the Nexus one. Not so much because of the hardware, but because Google still adores it and has had pretty unprecedented post-release support. Getting 2.2 before any other phone is the latest example. However, I've been hearing a lot about the Galaxy S's superior screen and processor. Assuming it gets 2.2, would the better CPU/GPU help with things like flash performance? And is it safe to assume that it will actually get Froyo? And my last real question is about Samsung's own UI that they're throwing onto it. Is it possible to disable it outright and have the traditional Android interface like the Nexus One has? I'm mostly very hesitant because I had the misfortune of using a few of Samsung's pre-Android touch devices, and they seemed to have no idea how to design this kind of interface. Thanks a lot.