Ok it's been well documented that while I am an extreme supporter of Android, I have had some serious gripes with the Nexus 4! Some of you know that while I was one of the first to be able to order one during the first launch, I was also quick to agree to sell it to someone I know who wouldn't take no for an answer. Reason being is that I have a very good friend that is dug into the Mobile World and had been using the device for a week or so before they were released to the public, his words to me were that I wouldn't be happy! So with that being said, I agreed to sell it and move on. However I did get about 3 days to use it before selling it, and my gripes were pretty well plastered all over these forums that I just wasn't blown away! Was I being fair with this new Nexus device, was I really giving it its fair shake at impressing me? Honestly I don't think I was. Especially since my daily drivers are arguably 2 of the best phones on the planet, the GS3 & the iPhone 5! Those are 2 very hard acts to follow. Now as I type this I really honestly can't believe I'm in this pickle, I should have never ever sold it! Me, Sean76...Mr Android to a lot of people I know, should in no way, shape or form not have a Nexus 4 in my pocket at this moment in time. It's just not like me to turn my back so quickly on Android, especially a Nexus branded device. Why did I turn so quick? Well that's an easy one, it was pretty much the whole experience of the debacle that Google created when they released the phone, along with really not giving it a fighting chance when I actually got it in my hands. I just didn't feel that wow factor after opening up that box. All that trouble to get it just didn't equal out to me, all the days sitting and waiting for a shipping email, waiting to see if I was one of the unlucky ones who would receive a back ordered email, all of that to me just didn't equal out to what I was holding in my hand. Now if the N4 had a serious camera on board, I have to say...I most likely wouldn't have sold it, but IMO the camera was terrible (on mine anyway) and I just couldn't get past that along with some other pet peeves. Either way IMO, I should have really sat down a minute and put some serious thought into what was going on. What was going on is that this is a pure Android experience, plain and simple! A nexus device isn't meant to have the best camera, the craziest build quality, the most unbelievable specs, it's meant to just be a pure bread Android device that runs vanilla with out carrier interference. And at the end of the day, that's what Google has given us here. Now do I agree with there not being a really good camera on board, no! Plain and simple I want a good camera on my phone, simple as that! And do I think Google dropped the ball here with this release, ABSOLUTELY!!! No question about it, Google has made a mess of this whole launch, now is it Google's fault that at this point there's something like a 9 week wait for the N4, yea, it's they're fault for not making sure LG had enough supply and was ready to take on such a task as giving the hard core Android community a device within a decent time frame. So with all that being said, I have to say...I will in fact be looking into getting a Nexus 4 and giving it a second shot. Even with any of its short comings, it's still a pure Vanilla device, and it still deserves my support.