With all the hype about NFC, Google Wallet, etc. on 2012 phones, I wanted to see what everybody thought about it. I personally feel like it was completely overblown. And these are my gripes: 1) NFC file transfer is awful and unreliable compared to sending dropbox links for download, or even transferring via wifi. I spent a good amount of time just trying to get my Note 2 to sync up with my cousin's Photon Q. Then, once it did seem like it transferred, when I looked at his phone, there were no files transferred at all. That commercial where the 2 guys transfer a playlist using NFC with their s3's. I call b.s. That's exactly what I was trying to do between my Note 2 and my cousin's Photon Q. In the amount of time that I was trying to transfer an album to him, I could've already uploaded the files onto dropbox, sent him the download link, wait for him to download, and delete the album from my dropbox account. 2) Google Wallet...great concept, but there are no stores/gas stations/etc. anywhere near me that actually use this form of payment. Only exception is The Container Store (and only time I've shopped there is to purchase a collector's box to house my signed boxing glove). And it's not like I'm in a market that wouldn't use it (I live in L.A.). 3) Even though I can set up wireless charging with both my International Note 2 and Sprint Note 2, what's the point of that if it takes so much longer to charge?...LOL. This isn't an issue for me, since I have extra batteries, but still another thing that's more "gimic" than anything I find completely useful. I'm curious as to what everyone else feels about this. I seriously might not even keep my NFC tags. Seeing as how much longer it seems for me to get NFC working on things I want it to do, the tags might annoy me just as much as the main things that I'd use NFC for. Post your thoughts, after voting on the Poll.