I got the Galaxy Nexus on the day that it launched on VZW. Overall, I REALLY like the phone, but I have two issues with it, and one of them is a deal-breaker. So I want to know if the RAZR has similar issues. THE DEAL-BREAKER for me is the camera on the GNex. I was super excited when I heard that the GNex was going to have "zero shutter lag". I previously had a Droid X, and my biggest gripe with that phone was that I would push the button to take a picture, but by the time that it got around to actually snapping the shutter, the moment had passed (kids/baby/etc). Anyway, the GNex delivers beautifully on the zero shutter lag promise. The problem is that the overall picture quality reminds me of a Polaroid of the 80's. So my question is, how is the shutter lag on the RAZR and how is the overall picture quality? I would say that shutter lag is the most important issue to me, with picture quality being a close 2nd. But the picture quality of the GNex is way too poor. My 2nd issue is that the GNex does not seem to have native support for LED notifications. I have to install an app called Light Flow in order for me to get LED notifications for SMS, emails, missed calls, voicemails, etc. My DX had all of this natively. Light Flow works just ok, not great, and I would much rather have this function built into the OS. Does the RAZR have native and robust support for LED notifications?