So I have a iPhone 3GS right now and i'm making my switch over to Android by getting the HTC EVO 4G on Sprint this Friday. I had a few questions about Android and general usability before I switch over. I'll probably think of more questions later, but help in the mean time would be appreciated. 1. I like having all my music in my phone and I have been researching ways to get my iTunes onto Android and the only viable solution I have seen is a program called Nutsie. Basically it's a program that uploads your entire iTunes library to a cloud and you can access it from anywhere using the phone and the $10 app (nuTsie's Android Applications page. - nuTsie.com) and you don't have to store the music on the phone but you can download it onto the phone the songs you want from your playlist too I believe... I just wanted to know if anyone has any experience with this program and if it works good. And also, if there are any good music players out there that anyone likes then please let me know. 2. My friend has had a Droid since the day it released, and he has told me that Android does not have push email and that I will miss that migrating from iPhone. That made no sense to me... you would think that with today's phones, especially smart phones that that would be a standard feature. Perhaps he's mistaken? The way I have my email set up on my iPhone is I have 3 email accounts that are each setup to retrieve emails every hour... is there something in Android, or perhaps a app that can do this? I have a Yahoo, Hotmail, and Gmail account.