Well, after using this phone for about 3 months, I really wish I bought something else.
1. Glass is really soft. I had my Nexus One for 2 years, and never had so much as a mark on the screen. In three months with this piece of crap, and there are a bajillion tiny micro scratches all over the screen. Right now you can only see them when the screen is black and from certain angles, but they are getting worse and worse. I have always hated screen protectors (and never needed one before), but I may have to break down and get one. The curved screen is just a useless gimmick that prevents Samsung from using the much more scratch resistent Gorilla Glass. Terrible quality.
2. About 3 times per week, when I get up in the morning the phone has lost connection to the network, and I have to either boot in recovery mode, or sometimes just pull the battery and sim card, reboot and pray that it can connect again. It is not a network or sim card problem, because when it happens, I can still connect with my N!. This is a huge problem for me.
3. It is possible that some connection problems are associated with this version of the firmware, according to a few reports on the net. Unfortunately, Samsung is still holding the Canadian versions of the Galaxy Nexus at 4.0.1. Some people are reporting that connection problems have been fixed with the newer versions. Now I have to scour the net to figure out how to install the yakju firmware so I get updates. The reason I wanted the Nexus line in the first place is so I didn't have to waste my time with this stuff. Grrrr.
HTC for the win next phone.