I can admit that Oracle does have quite a few nice features to it. It's a great system.
Yet SQL Server beats it hands down as far as ease of use is concerned. Especially for those of us who don't use it on a daily basis.
For example, I want to find out what types are the columns of a given table. In SQL Server, I'd just open up either Server Explorer or Query Analzyer and lo and behold they'd be right there. Heck, I could even just connect VS 2005 to the database and have access to that data.
Oracle's SQL Plus? No clue. I'm sure there's some arcane SQL command to get that information, but I've yet to discover it on Google
UPDATE: I found out how to get that type of data. In SQL*Plus (Oracle's odd command window for stuff) you run the command DESC
Oh well. I guess that's why they have the WEB Interface.