So it's been a bit over 5 weeks with my Evo and after sorting out the battery/widget issues I have zero issues with battery life. In fact with light use, likley 1 hour of calls, 20 or so texts and a couple pictures/videos taken I unplugged the Evo on Sat morning 8am and it was at 36% on Monday night at 11pm when I went to bed. Again light usage, but plenty of standby time for my use. I've overlooked the battery door not fitting properly and have all the settings turned off I need to work with the phone. My question is to anyone that has used an iPhone for a year+ (I had them for 3 years) what are you doing now that you did not or could not do with your iPhone? Granted I jailbroke my iphone to use it as a wifi hotspot, just as I have to root the Evo to use it as a wifi hotspot. Unless of course I want to pay the 30 bones to Sprint, which currently I chose not to do since my signal at the office is rather weak, if I get any 3g at all. I've used the camera and video a fair bit and for a smartphone no real issues with either. I do own an iPad so I don't play games on the Evo, rarely surf the internet on it either as any smartphone to me is to small of a web device after having used the iPad. My main reason for staying with the Evo/Sprint is the fact AT&T's data packages are overpriced and the issues with dropped calls. I don't however find the Evo doing anything I haven't already done on the iPhone for the past few years. The HD/4G is marketing at best. Not all that impressed with the 4G speed/coverage and even less impressed with the 720p Video due to the compression/quality issues. Bottom line... just curious if I'm missing some use of the smartphone that would separate it from the competition. I know plenty of you want "freedom" or flash etc... but as I don't care about Facebook and Farmville, or trying to play games on a phone, my curiosity has left me questioning if I'm missing something or is there really that little difference in the smartphone battle. Both seem like capable phones, and you can pick apart either phone for it's flaws, but daily activity really ends up being doable by either phone imo. Curious to hear if anyone has something they use their Evo for that in the past they simply could not do with an iPhone. Thanks in advance for any feedback.