I'm not upset about anything.
Both are capable phones and I'm glad to hear opinions and reviews from folks who are using these devices everyday.
This decision is a relatively big one. Instead of buying just a phone, one is buying into an ecosystem that makes jumping from platform to platform unattractive if large app investments are made. The same goes for e-readers. You are buying into an ecosystem that supports that device with content that is typically locked to that ecosystem.
As The Eagles would say," You can check out anytime you like, but you may never leave."