Between Samsung's nonsense, Verizon's bloat, and poor base design I'm at 2gigs of RAM usage at startup. Android is never going to be as valuable an ecosystem as it could be as long as apps and processes ate pushed out without consideration for how efficiently it all works. Marshmallow alone is not going to be the panacea for all the unnecessarily woes that are Android. We see time and time again that it is real world users producing custom ROMs, root-only kits, and the perquisite self removal of bloat that are the only times that Android ever shines as it should. HTC has by necessity made headway with the software skeleton that serves the A9, but this is not the norm. Even 'clean' Google devices come with unnecessary and poorly optimized software. I was on the verge of going to iOS with my latest upgrade, but the monthly hit or miss updates are just as much of a headache as far as I'm concerned, and damn if the 6s isn't brick-like in its weight, but that's all that held me back. Where is the light at the end of the tunnel?