Thing is, the MS OS is very good for memory management, multitasking, Outlook etc, it might not have the best UI (though I really like the latest builds) but because of the way it's put together, HTC can add a UI they like and add to the features underneath.
This is probably where we will disagree - I have been using these devices for some time, and I have to confess that seeing Android (Hero) and iPhone, I just cannot help feeling short changed.
I am not just referring to the OS and UI of course, but these devices are pretty new to come onto the Market.
Microsoft just appear to have lost some ground. Also as a phone, the TYTN II for example, its not been very fluid in terms of presing a number... very hesitant at times, and its after countless reboots and clean hard resets.
Ho-Hum. All I hope is that MS do something soon and dont lag behind
Just my own view of course, but it has been an experience for me to have devices like Hero and iPhone at hand to use and at least compare.
But it really is each to their own.