With Android I find you get out what you put in. If I still worked in IT where it was my job to tweak and play, I'd probably have an Android. That's why I always had HTC WM over Palm and Blackberry back in the day. However, now I'm on the go a lot working as a designer, surrounded by iPod compatible docks in cars, iOS only apps. For example my bank has a brilliant iOS app and I use it quite a bit. However they have only a basic offering on Android as the user base just isn't there for them.
I need the phone that just works in my life. It does work well I might add.
And we're back off topic again :