I have the Galaxy S II, which is one of the phones that put Crapple's panties in a twist and spawned that joke of a patent case that they never should have won. The first "smartphone" I ever heard of was the Treo from 2004 - maybe they should be sueing all the companies who started making them after that. Crapple is mad because Samsung took the top spot in smartphone sales away from them. I notice that when Microsoft came out with the Zune (basically an iPod Touch with HD Radio added) they didn't get sued, but only because it never outsold the iPod. I'm curious as to why you (or they) were "underwhelmed" by the S III. I, personally, would be underwhelmed by using a phone that in total size is the size of my phone's screen (maybe Samsung should sue Crapple for copying their larger screens with the iPhone5 ). I've also found a lot of articles on Google that point out the lack of customization offered by the iPhone as compared to Android phones. I have 7 screens where I have my app shortcuts arranged in ABC order, first tools and then games grouped separately, with the tools I use the most often on the home screen. The Zedge app provides me with free images that I use for home/lock screens. I would go nuts if I got stuck with a phone that doesn't allow for customization.