I was able to solve my battery issue by formatting my SD card. Something on there was causing the battery to drain 2-3 times more quickly than normal. After formatting, I went from 6-8 hour battery life to around 20 hours with significant usage (Google, Exchange, IMAP, Facebook all on push, 3G+Bluetooth+GPS on, 4G and wifi as needed for extra speed).
Important to note, I am not entirely convinced that the Android OS and battery drain are related since I still have Android OS near if not at the top of my battery consumption screen, but the improved actual longevity is very significant. I recommend anyone having their battery run out format their SD card (and possibly USB storage) and see if that helps (obviously back up any important data first!). Good luck!
I'm getting pretty bad battery life, and it looks like "Android OS" is consuming most of it. I've rebooted (as suggested in other threads), checked OS Monitor for high-CPU usage processes, but nothing stands out. This is un-rooted, stock OS with no third party launchers installed.
I have a feeling if this issue was fixed, I'd be getting great battery life. This happening to anyone else?
Screenshots show the device at 38% after 6.5 hours off the charger.