I've got a couple of questions that I was hoping you all could help me out with. Before I get into this, I would like to say that I'm not partial to either Android or Iphone. Just looking at things objectively. Phones I've owned include: G1, Iphone 3g, OG Droid, Droid X, Bionic, Iphone 4S (current phone). There are things that I like about both operating systems, and there are things that I loathe about them as well. Maybe I'm alone in my feelings, but has anyone ever noticed the plethora of Droids coming out? I think that one of the Droids selling points is variety, but it's like a double edged sword. In a way, I personally feel like that hurts the brand. Why do I say that? It seems like certain phones get neglected, especially when it comes to Updates. For example, I had the Droid X when my wife had the Droid Pro. I got the gingerbread update a couple months before she did. To me, that seems unfair. Also, if my memory is correct, when the Bionic came out, it wasn't even running Gingerbread. To me, I don't understand why I should buy a phone (say on a new contract) for $200-$300 for it to run firmware that is "old". On top of that, Droid seems to be rolling out at least 2 or 3 phones every quarter. What I'm essentially getting at here is, say I bought the Thunderbolt a couple months ago. Since then, we've seen the Bionic, Razr, Droid X2, and I believe the Droid 3 with a couple more high end phones still due to come out. I think it's unfair to get locked into a 2 year contract with a phone when 6 months or less from now something way bigger, badder, and better comes out. It really doesn't seem fair to me. Again, I come in peace to simply to see if I'm alone in the way I feel. I'm not trying to bash or anything like that. Just simply stating a point is all. Thoughts???