It's mostly cosmetic stuff that makes me hesitant. Like I mentioned before, I think putting all of the buttons on the same side was a really bad move. The buttons on my phone aren't perfect either, but their layout makes more sense to me. On the 920, I have to run my finger up and down the side to make sure I'm hitting the right button, and I often hit the power button when trying to hold it by the sides.
And yeah, the Focus Flash isn't too bad. But what was it about the 920 that left you feeling ambivalent about upgrading?
Then there's the Home button, which isn't a button at all on the 920. This is my primary method of waking up my Flash Focus because it's more convenient for me and doesn't require any fumbling or having to reposition my hand at all; just push the button with my thumb and slide up. It's a stupid complaint, I guess, but I can't help what I like. Heh. Also, the lack of a microSD slot is a huge oversight in my opinion. Everyone argues that 32 GB should be more than enough, but for me, it's not enough. I want to be able to store all of my games and apps as well as my pictures, videos (which I always have to upload and delete), eBooks, and maybe even some music. I don't want to carry my entire music library around, but it would be nice to have about 10-20 GB handy at all times. Even with all of that, I could probably squeeze everything onto the Lumia 920, but I would be downloading a heck of a lot more stuff over the span of two years (or longer).
When it comes to these perceived issues, the Samsung ATIV S fits my "needs" a bit better. I'll miss out on some of the perks that come with owning the 920, but since my wife already has it, I don't really feel like I need it. And like I said a couple of posts ago, by the time I get to upgrade, it won't be the hot new phone anymore anyway.