After reading quite a few posts regarding the update and updating my own S5, I wrote an article highlighting some of my thoughts. You can read them here:
Your article is OUTSTANDING!! All S5 users should read it before they upgrade to Lollipop. I have an S4. After reading the posts here, I will never install Lollipop on it. I have been delaying two S4 system updates (not Lollipop) hoping VZW and Samsung fix the issues these updates caused. After having major delay and freezing problems Lollipop caused with my Asus Nexus 7 tablet, I wished I had looked at the Google N7 community. There were post after post of people complaining about the same problems I was having that were caused by Lollipop. I will never update my S4 to Lollipop.
OK it is quite apparent that what needs to happen is for us Verizon Wireless customers to do after this and Verizon's uncaring support for this terrible malady that has affected to many of us is to do a class action law suit against Verizon Wireless and sue them for so many millions of dollars that they are forced to go out of business. A business in the United States is a privilege and not a constitutional right. They have shamed themselves and their customers by not warning customers about this update will destroy their phones. They should have researched it themselves as from what I have been reading that Google was aware of the many problems and bugs with this update but Verizon Wireless chose to go ahead and destroy their customer's phones any way. The company has lost all rights to operate a company in the United States and a class action law suit should be filed. We are talking about millions of Americans whose phones have been destroyed due to this update and we as Americans cannot idly stand by and let any company do this to us. They have a responsibility to the United States and it's citizens and customers to protect us from such actions that they knowingly would destroy our phones. Like many others my LG G2 no longer is loud enough to be heard and also in most areas now it loses a signal and in most cases no longer gets the G4 signal which I am paying for. I fully believe that each customer should sue for at least five million dollars for the pain and suffering and humiliation they have put their customers through.