I'll agree with the part about the MOTO G. It will be good to get some more economical phones out there that are still decent in specs. I have a friend who just jumped ship to Apple because he said he was tired of his phone being so slow and having such a low amount of RAM. But he owned one of those $0.01 phones he got on contract - I think a Pantech. While *he* didn't blame it on Android, there are too many out there that will blame the OS for a phone's hardware shortcomings. The Moto G should help that a bit. And maybe some other companies will start doing the same and offering some decent phones at lower prices to compete.
It could be a win for a lot of customers and Android as a whole.