I'm not sure why I did it. Perhaps it had something to do with an app on my iPhone that would allow import of a photo... but only from my Apple photo app... not my Google Drive. But I figured I'd be better off being completely in the Apple ecosystem.
I just spent the last 24 hours or so migrating all my data from Google Drive back over to the Apple iCloud. And at the very last, I even moved all my Gmail mail and contacts over to Apple's email service. This is something I was pretty sure I would never do.
So now I am 100% back on the Apple ecosystem. I never really thought I would go back to the Apple iCloud email. The main drawback it has... I can't send email as if I'm at my own domain. Gmail allows that. At one time this was pretty important to me. I own three domains and I want to be able to send email as-if from those domains. But I figured what the heck. I suppose I can live with email@example.com. So that's the address my email will be from from now on.
I suppose I should have less hassle now. Everything is Apple. I'm no longer connected to anything Google on my devices and/or computers. I still have some Google docs. And I really like Google docs. But what I have left there are pretty much just backups of stuff I've migrated back over to the iCloud.
In theory things should be pretty nice doing the 100% Apple thing. We'll see. I know that it's not the absolute best cloud service out there, but I think it should be alright. Sometimes the path of less hassle is the best.