Three things Android phones have that the iPhone does not have: 1) Widgets 2) Live wallpapers 3) Customizability I haven't tested any other Androids, but on my Captivate, all three fail, in varying degrees. Most of the widgets and live wallpapers that I've used drain my battery like you wouldn't believe, and AT&T/Samsung crippled the phone with uninstallable perpetually-running crapware and homescreen, and a somewhat censored market. Widgets and live wallpapers also turn my phone into a Powerpoint slide show instead of a fluid experience. Root you say? Flash and hack? Well, to make it fair, we could hack the iPhone too and get all the listed benefits. I am hereby renaming it: the iDroid. Yes, out of the box, the Captivate beats the iPhone in the three ways listed above, but alas, it falls short of its real potential on all three fronts. As it is, I don't use widgets or live wallpapers due to the reasons I mentioned. LauncherPro is great but Touchwiz is still running in the background.