This is often discussed on these forums in so many different spots. There's the "I must have an SD Card" camp versus the "Bah, we have the cloud now, who needs those?" I've always been one of those in the SD Card camp. The one thing I've always loved about Android is that it did things differently then the iPhone. An SD Card slot? That was once a selling point for Android. I'm curious... has it become one again? Why do I like SD? I like to have my 14GB of music ON my phone. I tried to go "to the cloud". I even let Google upload all my music to try out Google Music. I don't even pay for my data, so that's NOT the issue. Y'know what? I hated Google Music. PowerAMP, which I've paid for, so totally blows it out of the water. As does Media Monkey, which I've also paid for. Wireless synch to my PC? <3! And I just really like not having to worry about a signal when I listen to my music, because even though "VZW has the best network" there are so many dead spots around town that it is impossible to have uninterrupted music streamed. Not to even mention it drives me nuts that companies still sell 16GB phones. Shouldn't we, at the very least, be getting base model phones with 32GB? Yes, finally, with HTC leading the way, we are. Now with the S5 and the M8 officially supporting 128GB cards... a phone with 144GB\160GB? What made me want to talk about this? A friend of mine... a lifelong iPhonian texted me last night: "128GB SD Cards in Android phones now?" A couple yes. 10 Minutes later: "So... should I go S5 or M8?" My lifelong iPhone buddy is switching to Android... and a large part of that reason is the Card slot. (And he's a bit bored of iPhone... his words "It hasn't really changed a whole lot since that very first iPhone... and this is the "innovative company"?) Thoughts?