Hey gang, I was planning to get my wife a GEVEY SIM unlock for her birthday, so that she can use her AT&T iPhone 4 in Europe. It's running OS 4.3.5 and has one of those damnable modem basebands that is impervious to unlock attempts; I believe it's 4.10.01. Why oh why didn't I turn off her auto-upgrade checkbox in iTunes when she got the phone? Sigh. So anyway I searched around for 45 minutes to find what I assume to be the "real" GEVEY people, a company called "Applenberry", having read of a gazillion-and-one fake GEVEYs. Sure enough, they sell the GEVEY Ultra for GSM iPhone 4, about $23 dollars. But then I was poking around on their website (mostly to make sure all the links worked and it seemed like a 'real' company), and saw they have an AT&T iPhone IMEI Unlock, for $150, that works for "all AT&T iPhone models." This would allow her to upgrade her phone to her heart's content without ever having to worry about losing the unlock, just like a real AT&T SIM unlock. Apparently you supply your IMEI and serial number, and a fat stack of cash, and they do some magic, and then you just need to sync your iPhone with iTunes and you should see the unlock screen. This is, as I understand it, the same process that AT&T will do for free if you are no longer under their 1- or 2-year service plan. Unfortunately, my wife still has 9 months on her 2-year plan, and the early termination fee is something like $335. That's a lot more than $150. So I'm curious, has anyone tried this service yet? I'm a little hesitant to send $150 to a company I know nothing about (other than they are located in the Chinatown part of Oakland, which doesn't give me warm-fuzzies). I'll probably do a little more due diligence like call them, speak with support, check Better Business Bureau ... but if it ends well to unlock her iPhone, then the frequency of support tickets my wife files against me will drop markedly, which is damned well worth $150!