I've been enjoying my Nexus, but I did get a little envious of her iPhone where the first day she had it the battery life was beyond impressive. I made her use it all day for music, streaming, web surfing, texting, calls, etc. She really put it through a good test and after like 9 hours of use (according to it's stats on the phone) she still had 30% left of battery when we went to bed. That's good. My friends with iPhones have also confirmed the great battery life...so needless to say, I was jealous. I got into heavy consideration of swapping my Nexus for an iPhone. So when I got home last night, I stole her phone and started playing with. One thing I've always liked about the iPhone is the design. I like the size, the look, the feel, all of it. So I kept playing with it, might have a few more app possibilities but nothing to make me switch. Android will catch up eventually. I decided I could get along without my to do list and calender widgets, but I did miss my toggles for GPS and Bluetooth....instead of having to go through menus on the iPhone....but with the battery life and leaving them on, who cares? It was really starting to be a wash, then she asked me to put some different things on the phone as ringtones and what not from her last phone (an android). I go upstairs to do it and start running into problems. It won't work with an MP3. I have to convert it to acc in itunes, then put it back to the desktop, then change the extension, then back into itunes, then onto the phone. It worked, but what a hassle. Then the only thing you have access to on the iPhone in explorer are pictures. This means I can't use my phone as a "thumb drive" which I do a lot with work out of convenience. So it really boils down to...iPhone wins in a big way with battery....maybe slightly in design, though I still love the look of the Nexus. The Nexus however, destroys the iPhone in user friendliness. I know that's a big iPhone thing about the interface and how it's easy, which is probably true as a phone and multimedia device, but if you want to use it for anything else you're out of luck. I still have until the 15th to decide, as most of us probably due with new phones, but I think after last nights experiences of trying to customize an iPhone, just in little ways like ringtones, it seemed like a headache and planted my feet firmly in the Android camp. Does anyone else have strong opinions either way? Has anyone come from an iPhone to a Nexus and liked one over the other or vice versa? All I can really hope is that the Nexus gets an update to help with battery life and Samsung puts out a good 3000mah battery that keeps the phone thin, then I'd be very happy. Just need help making this final decision.