1. Shops that sell just sell unlocked sim free phones, with nice a range of OS's.
2. Proper Android permissions manager, including blocking network access to individual apps.
3. Ability in Google to search, edit or delete every bit of information or analysis regarding your account and data.
4. As above for facebook, amazon etc...
5. Windows (or your op of choice) to natively support Sequoia style square tree views of file systems.
6. Tagging of files in Windows documents library (like gmail) rather than folder heirachy
7. If failure of point 3, then an app (or something?) that constantly barrages Google with search terms and fake user behavior that makes it impossible for your user data to be in any way usefully personalised. (I'll admit this might not be possible...)
8. If failure of point 7, a 'paid for' equivalent to Google services that does not collect or sell personal data. (How much money does Google make from my account alone? Is it more then I'd be prepared to pay for the services?)
9. Music stores that sell a decent range of music in 24/96 resolution FLAC files, without overcharging for the privilage.
10. An Excel VLOOKUP function that allows you to lookup against the n-th occurence of your matching reference.