For screen size I think every MM counts. Coming from a SGS3, I immediately notice in a store that the SGS5 screen is bigger, and I love it. You might say get a Note, however for one I kind of want to go to an MVNO (thus need an affordable phone). Second I like one-handable phones. So here's the prob, Nexus 5 is listed at 5" screen, a nice step up from the 4.8 " of my SGS3, and just a bit below the 5.1 SGS5. However mostly what I do is websurf, and it's here where the size matters most anyway imo. So the problem is on any phone with soft menu/home/back keys, those keys take up space. A lot. I'd venture the "true" screen size of the 5" N5 when surfing is 4.5", or even less! That's unacceptable imo. I've watched side by side vids, and the usable screen space when websurfing on the N5 is significantly less than the SGS3 when placed side by side, which is only a 4.8! The SGS4 stepped up to 5 and the SGS5 5.1, so the discrepancy only grows. It's disturbing to me to actually take a step back in websurfing screen size from my SGS3. But I saw one video where the N5 was websurfing, and the soft keys were transparent. So the whole screen was being used. Every other vid the keys were a solid black bar, drastically reducing usable screen. So I wonder what was different about the transparent keys vid? Is it a browser thing? A Kit Kat thing? Is there a way to get the keys to be transparent on a stock N5 while surfing? Rooting is out of the question as far as that goes.