@Maddus Mattus: The user should have the freedom to decided. I can use whatever phone I want, and I still use my Android phone because it's a swiss army knife. Every event I go to where the speaker makes people raise their hands with their iPhone, I am always the odd person out.
It's not worth that to not have the functionality I want.
If WP7 is going to lock it down like iOS where is the value? Where is the differentiation?
The only differentiation I see so far is porn apps being really popular in the WP7 store where there are like 10 of them in the top 100, and that doesn't motivate most people. If that's where the trend is headed on Windows, they should get porn stars to advertise it and make cases with stripper themes right?
Or they could make WP7 into the gambler's phone and market it outside the US where online gambling is legal.
Jackson Guitars had a whole promotion with Jenna Jameson a few years ago and did that. If that's where the interest is, and from the app store it looks like it, shouldn't they should just follow the marketing direction?
I mean, I wouldn't buy it, but lots of people in trailers would.