I'm in the market for my FIRST android phone, I'm not really newbie and don't know how a phone works, So I should be able to operate it fine. I'm going to get either the nexus one or the nexus s. Note- I will only be using wifi on them, no data plan. When I watch comparisons, or whats better about the nexus s, 80% of it has to do with the OS. When the comparisons were made the s had gingerbread and the one didn't, So they made the s seem all better just because it had the new operating system. So the Real non OS improvements are basically- Front camera Super AMOLED curved display Slightly better battery Slightly faster Slightly thinner I think that is basically it, correct me If I'm wrong or if theres more. I also see that people tend to think the nexus one has a little higher quality feeling, rather than the plasticy nexus s. Is the trackball kind of useless now because it has multitouch now? So How much better is the S really since they can be both updated to the same OS now? Because I plan to buy it off of amazon.com And I can get the one for 230$ and the S is 320$, so 90 bucks more. So is the nexus s really worth the extra 90$? Or not? I can also get the motorolla atrix 4g, for 200$, So if you think that would be a better option, let me know. Thank you!