Also, maybe some people don't want a phone that has Android or iOS! I, personally, don't want an Android phone from a company (i.e. Google) that I will never support with a heavy, sloppily coded and sluggish skin from some phone manufacturer. Android is not the be-all and end-all of mobile operating systems. Why is that so completely difficult for hardcore Android users to comprehend? All of my PC's at home and work are Windows, my work server runs SBS 2011 and I have an xbox at home so it made sense for me to adopt Windows Phone. I like WP's simplistic and modern UI, I like not having to reboot once a day, I like not having to root my device to try 100 different roms for stability and, most importantly, I like not caring about what you like. Hardcore iOS users are in their own little world and are oblivious to anything else other than Apple so they couldn't care either. It's just hardcore Android users that love their OS and then try to force you to like it and then question you and call you a retard if you don't. So, the moral of the story is: if you enjoy whatever device makes you sleep at night, good for you and I truly hope you live a happy, fun-filled life, just don't think to yourself that we all need or want what you need or want.