Probably another Android, but it's a ways away. Unless the IPhone gets a keyboard, I'm not getting it. And I'm taking a hard look at WP7, but I don't really see how it's any better than Android. With Froyo and Motoblur, I really can't think of any particular MS Exchange/MS Office syncing functionality that I'm missing, and since I don't currently and don't want to use Facebook, XBox, and Zune, I really don't see any point in a WP7 phone.
So far I have faith in android. What it doesnt do now, it will do in time as the software and apps continue to be created. Nothing it doesnt do is determined or imposed by the OS or the company policies. I think it is a safe bet and good investment. Apple on the other hand, will have to go a long long way before i even consider one of their products worthy of being picked up and even tentatively inspected for its potential worth, user-prerogative functionality, basic function accommodation. $500 novelty items are very unbecoming, even if you can afford them.
As long as Google and the manufactures keep on the same path they are now in that they are making the best phones (usability, functionality, hardware, etc.) then in two years or so when my contract ends, I will continue with the Android OS.
I haven't voted in the poll, but I can see where that vote came from. My next upgrade is in 15 months and I'll be honest - I'd consider a dumbphone. It'd be nice to save the $$ each month. Don't get me wrong, my Ally is great and it does neat stuff, but I can't honestly say I "need" any of it's features.