I'm an iPhone user. I've always loved the way WP looks though - the live tiles are the perfect solution to the problem of having a boring grid of icons (iPhone) and the absolute mess of non standard widgets (Android). But i'm still an iPhone user. I long for the day I can actually buy a Windows Phone, but can't whilst there are two problems with it. 1. I actually had a nokia last year, but got rid of it within a month and went back to the iPhone. Why? It only had about half the apps I needed. We're talking major apps here, before I even began to look for the more obscure ones I need. For the major apps which are still missing, why doesnt Microsoft offer to build the app for the companies at their own cost? They need to get rid of the app-gap to iOS and Android. What are they planning to do about this? 2. Which phone exactly is the phone? If i'm switching from iPhone, which do I get? I thought MS would do away with the ridiculous product catalogue Nokia had- where there were about 20 phones on the market at one time and no way to say which is the flagship. I just went on to the MS website and there were still about 10 phones there, each with very similar specs. I can't work out which is supposed to be the best, latest and greatest phone. MS need to streamline to 3 units. The flagship phone which comes in 2 different sizes - 4.7 and 5.7 inch. A lower spec mid-range phone for the budget conscious. Then a very low cost phone specifically for emerging markets.