Or, what should I be asking for at this point? I bought my 3GS on release day last year. After a couple months, the battery failed. I took it in and they agreed. Went home with a replacement. My new phone would not connect to ATT's 3G network. I took it in to the Apple Store and they verified the problem with the antenna and replaced it. My new iPhone bricked when it was trying to update the firmware (I believe it was from 3.1 to 3.1.1). Nothing could save it. I took it in to the Apple Store and they verified the problem and replaced it. As of late, I have been having trouble with holding a signal, even when not moving and in a state of continuous data consumption. As an example, if I am watching something on YT or I am streaming via Pandora, I can see my connection go from 5 bar 3G to 3 bar to 3 bar Edge to no connection to 2 bar Edge back to 5 bar 3G. ATT claims that there are no tower issues by my house. I have an Apple Store appointment on Monday, and I'm just wondering what my options are at this point. When I had my last replacement (granted, those all took place in less than a month), my request for a "new phone, new SIM, just start this relationship from scratch" could only be considered if I had further issues. At this point, I'd like something to make up for the frustration that I've been going through and the time that I've spent on the phone and at the Apple Store without a properly functioning product. If it wasn't for the gizmodo fiasco, I would have been half tempted to ask for a free 4G upgrade upon release.