Was just about to post this *shakes tiny fist*
I personally believe that Skype has a better fit as a Microsoft-owned entity than it did as an eBay-owned entity. eBay had no [profitable] means to integrate it into their current business (e-commerce and online payments), and no experience in managing an instant messaging application. Microsoft, on the other hand, would be able to integrate Skype into their current business, and already has years of experience in managing an instant messaging application, due to their Messenger service.
Samsung's TouchWiz 3.0 packs in a fairly decent media player - it's been able to handle just about every format I've thrown at it (granted, I only have AVI, MP4, MKV, and MPG, but still); the only thing I wish it could do natively is display subtitles, for when they're embedded in the MKV's.
They want their outdated mobile data standard back (preferably with no shipping charges)
Studies also show that due to the icon, most Chrome users thought they were downloading a Pokemon application.
Or a Metroid app (it sure looks like Samus's Morph Ball to me)