Samsung's range of Galaxy phones seems to be expanding so rapidly that I'm terrified it will get so massive it collapses in upon itself. Galactic catastrophes aside, the wonderful thing about having such a vast range is there's likely to be a phone to suit the needs of every single person in the universe.
On the other hand, with so many, many phones on offer, choosing the right Samsung Android for you can quickly become a planet-sized headache, leaving you lying down in a darkened airlock, whimpering softly.
To help ease your journey through this Galaxy of handsets, I've rounded up what I think are the best examples from the range right now. Keep in mind however that with Mobile World Congress just around the corner, it's likely that we'll see a flock of new Galaxies, including the top-end Galaxy S5.
Samsung Galaxy S4
The S4 is at the lofty pinnacle of Samsung's Galaxy range. Its whopping price is rivalled only by its gigantic 5-inch, Full HD display and blisteringly powerful quad-core engine.
Its vivid, crisp display makes videos look amazing, while the processor helps it munch through high definition gaming without a second thought. If you want to put some serious Samsung power in your pocket, look no further. It's of course 4G-enabled, allowing you take advantage of super-fast data download speeds.
The Galaxy S4 is for people who like their 3D gaming action high-octane and their browser tabs too numerous to count. Small-handed wimps with budget constraints need not apply.
Galaxy Note 3
With a gigantic 5.7-inch screen, the Note 3 is arguably more tablet than phone. On the one hand, that means you look slightly silly when making a phone call, but on the other, the sheer vastness of the screen makes watching videos and browsing the Web a joy.
It's extremely bright and bold too, which makes your images pop and there's a whole bunch of handy software to help get the most out of that stylus. Couple that with a super-charged quad-core processor and mighty 3GB of RAM and you've got yourself a total powerhouse of a phone.
If you're excited by sketching and writing notes with a stylus, or you crave some big-screened browsing, the Note 3 is worth a gander.
Galaxy S4 Active
The Galaxy S4 might have a heap of power and a great screen, but dunk it in your pint and it'll quickly become an expensive brick. The S4 Active packs the same Full HD display and powerful processor, but wraps it in a sturdy, fully waterproof body. It has physical buttons on the front to let you use it underwater and while its camera is only 8, rather than the 13 megapixels of its brother, it's more than good enough to shoot some underwater snaps of pretty coral. Or, more likely, your feet.
Galaxy S4 Zoom
While the standard Galaxy S4's camera is undoubtedly among the best cameras found on phones, the S4 Zoom takes it a step further by packing in an impressive 10x optical zoom lens. It has a 16-megapixel sensor, dedicated camera function buttons and a chunky compact camera-style body, making it the Galaxy of choice for those of you who value photography skills above all else.
Samsung steals the headlines with its top-end phones, but it has quite a bit to offer in the lower-end of the budget too. The Galaxy Fame has a 3.5-inch screen and a 5-megapixel camera and can be had for only £60 on pay as you go.
It's certainly not rivalling the higher end phones -- or even the brilliant Motorola Moto G at £100 -- but if you're desperate to put a Samsung in your pocket for the lowest price, it's the one to go for.
Additional writing by Natasha Lomas.