Six or seven years ago, when I first started to play with it, I thought ITunes and the IPod were great. Just under 4000 is all that fits in my IPod but somewhere around 6700 in my ITunes library. IPod is the only Apple product I own. I'm now Android with Samsung products. Bought a 64 gig memory card for my tablet because I thought I'd be able to transfer the ITunes over - not worth the time or expense. I put new music that I want to keep into Android and I'm probably around 1600 or 1700. I also will do Pandora and TuneIn Radio.
One thing I really like with Samsung is I got the Galaxy Tab 2 as a gift last Christmas, bought a Galaxy S4 phone and a couple days later a Samsung laptop. All the apps from the tablet synched auomatically to the phone and laptop when they were registered.
Some Samsung products are great, but some aren't. The Samsung Flight phone is one of the latter. Never heard of it? No surprise, as it was pulled from the shelves about 3 months after it was released (and I bought one the first week it came out). That was about the time I learned to do my homework online before chatting to any sales reps.
I worked for Dell from 2004 to 2008 and at that time they had great products. In fact I still own 2 of their MP3 players and they still work fine after 9 years. They were rebranded Creative Labs devices, so that might explain it.
I've got an iPhone on the way (because I get a great deal through work ) to replace the crummy Samsung Flight soon, and I'll be switching cell providers as well. But what I really enjoy is the iPad 4 that I'm using through work. I just got it 2 days ago, so I've got a lot to play with yet.
My only big complaint is its lack of external storage and it's lack of compatibility with the software used on enterprise networks based on Windows (which is what I support for a living). Fortunately I've got a good home network and a decent media server so sharing between devices is easy.