I'm thinking about switching to Android from iOS. I'm decided it needs to be a Jelly Bean device, most likely the Note 2. Before i go ahead and part with 600 of the Queen's faces, breaking compatibility with just about everything i have in the process, i was thinking about buying a second-hand jelly bean capable phone and giving it a whirl for a couple of weeks (looks like the 32Gb note 2 isn't available yet anyway). Am i overlooking anything by going for a 2nd hand Galaxy Nexus @ £260 from the bay of fleas? Are there better options around the £300 mark? Whatever i go for should be re-sellable for not much loss within the next month or 2. Rambling other questions... How does android get on with the playstation 3 in practice? The PS3 has a crappy DNLA client from previous experiments and i've fallen out of love with the Apple TV so it's not hanging around to use Double Twist's airplay product with. How does syncing with a Linux host work in practice? The macbook will be switching to debian and my music is in ALAC (will convert it all to FLAC) format. Podcasts, i consume a bunch of video podcasts, any leads on suitable android podcatchers under £10?