Don't get me wrong I love my Droid X and my Droid before that. With all the manufacturers now locking down devices it seems Android is becoming more like iOS all the time. The Droid X and 2 are pretty locked down and P3Droid tweeted last night that the G2 is even more locked down that them. When we root an android phone it opens up a lot to themes, wireless tether, etc, but the same thing is possible on a jailbroken iPhone. The Cydia app store on a jailbroken iPhone is just as open as the Android market. I am just wondering what is the real advantage of Android if manufacturers continue down the path of locking down all the devices? The Google integration is awesome (Navigation, Voice, etc) but there is a better app store available to iOS. Android market is catching up but it is taking the large companies a long time to catch on. Plus Google is still offering a lot on iOS, goggles is now available and they are planning to release navigation on google maps on the iPhone. Hardware wise Apple has a better screen resolution, but everything else is better on the Droid X. When Apple finally releases the iPhone on other carriers than AT&CRAP, what real advantages will Google have unless they change their mind and release a Nexus2? I love Android and had no intention of ever going back to Apple until I read P3Droid's tweet last night and it got me thinking. Please no responses "I hate apple" "iPhone is crap" etc. Lets please have a good thread about how Android manufacturers are turning Android into iOS and what advantages Android will have left when manufacturers get their way and all the phones are locked down so no more custom ROMs at all. Now I am thinking if iPhone 5 is actually an improvement, it is LTE, and on Verizon it might be worth considering.