Hi all, I'm new to the forum and to the Android world in general. I've owned the iPhone 1st gen and the iPhone 3GS. I've also gotten a lot of experience with the iPhone 4 and 4S through work. I'm an iOS developer, but I think I have just gotten bored with the iPhone. Also, it seems to me that Android has finally caught up to Apple/iOS. I dontmean that to be derogatory. Just an opinion. There were little things hold me back from Android before. Most of those are gone or moot points now. Please don't view that as an attempt to flame or anything. After a TON of deliberation on getting the Rezound vs the Nexus, I just ordered the Rezound through wirefly. I'm a little nervous on being able to get everything working smoothly during the transition, but that's what the forum is for. Seem to be a lot of helpful people here. I chose not to have my number ported just yet. I want to make it through the first it of time to make sure I can live with the switch. I'll have them port the number once I'm confident. Just seems. To make things easier in case I need to cancel or exchange. For the record, I'm still not ditching my iPad or Macs just yet, though If anyone is curious about why I settled on the Rezound over the Nexus, here are a few points that settled it: 1) The signal issues that some are experiencing with the Nexus scare me. Leaving AT&T due to crappy service to go to Verizon then get dropped signals again would frustrate me to no end. 2) SAMOLED vs S-LCD. I'm used to how sunlight affects the S-LCDs after my experience with the iPhone 4 variants, and I've been fine with it. Im happy with the iPhone's screen and the rezound is even better without weird graininess I grays and such. 3) Battery life seems to be at least as good as the Nexus and many report even better. 4) HTC announced the unlockable boot loader, so it opens up options on the ROM front. This helps combat the ICS on Nexus as devs can begin work ROMs. Fingers crossed. ICS will hit the Rezound officially too early 2012 anyway. 5) The speaker is better on the Rezound. I've heard that it's fixable with Volume+ on the Nexus but comes with distortion. 6) microSD slot on the Rezound. The 32 GB on the Nexus would likely be enough, but nice to have the card option. 7) This is kind of a weird one, but I know a few people getting the Nexus and I kind of want something different from them. Not sure why. 8) Finally, just looking at the forums here alone. I see a lot of people posting how happy they are with their Rezounds in this forum. The Nexus forum is just full of people posting how this or that isn't working and how they aren't happy. I know forums are not the best judge, but there has to be a grain of truth in there somewhere. I'll post my impressions in this thread after I receive it. I'm very excited. It seems like a great time to be entering the Android realm.