Disclaimer: This post is meant for entertainment purposes, not as an attack on any one specific person. It should also be understood that I am a former iPhone user (for 2 years) and found it to be a wonderful phone that worked great. I've noticed in the three years that I've been participating in this forum that there are two distinctly different kinds of former iPhone users. Here are my decidedly tongue-in-cheek, over-the-top perceptions: "New guy here, former iPhone user of a couple years and new to Android. I must admit, I'm a little overwhelmed at the potential of everything this phone can do. I'm scared. Somebody hold me." This is followed by several very soothing and welcoming posts advising to take their time and just let the Android goodness flow over you. It's almost always followed up by a post like this within two weeks: "O.M.G. I can't believe how awesome this phone is!!! How on earth did I ever live without it? Widgets, launchers, customization, easy file transfers, long battery life, a screen I can actually see!! How on earth can anyone think that iPhone is better? I was lost but now I'm found! Can I get an AMEN, brothers and sisters?!?" Then there's this guy: "W.T.F.? I just 'upgraded' from my beloved, wonderful iPhone because I'd heard that Android was so much better - what a disappointment. Everything is completely different. There are too many options. The icons don't all look the same. I've had this phone for almost a whole day now and I can't figure out how to do anything. Nothing seems to work like it did in iPhone. How can I get all my stuff from iTunes to work? My phone is not exactly the same as all my friends phones. I'm regretting this purchase. I want my iPhone back. I want my mommy. Or Steve Jobs. Sob!" Okay, a little over the top but you have to admit, not too far off from reality! Sorry about the random observation, but my GN3 is running so perfectly, I've not nothing else to talk about!