Yea I have seen those floating around. Point blank, people need to educate themselves on what they are buying. If they want something that opens a sea of possibilities, it is all about Android. If they want stuff that works within it's realms out of the box, then get an iPhone. Period. I like to customize, as do most of us phandroids, and I like to do things that a normal user may not want to do or even just have the potential too. I also like the freedom the developers have. For instance, to stay on topic, if you want post processing that improves the cameras photos on the fly....write an application and have it in the market tonight. That is the beauty of Android. Plain and simple. Another side note is, anyone who bought ICS for their first Android experience...is probably disappointed. Froyo and Gingerbread had various issues...that poured into their parent Nexus devices...it's the new toys and the potential to get the fixes first. That's what it's about. The camera is no exception --even though most of us agree that this issue really is not an issue.