This is not specifically related to iPhone 4, but the reception issues don't help my situation. I dropped 3 calls in my house this morning. I often have trouble calling my wife when she's at home and I'm not (she has a 3G), suffice to say, I just don't get great reception at home. After the 3 dropped calls I'd had enough and called AT&T, found out that there is a tower at the AT&T facility 4 blocks from my house, and another tower also within walking distance: I should be getting 5 bars they said - recommended I change my phone number to the local area code (my phone's area code is a 10 minute drive away), so I indulged them and waited for the "relocation department" just to hear what they had to say. Relocation said that wouldn't help (duh), and flat out said iPhones just don't get good reception, regardless of which model. I pointed out I never had this problem in my old place before I moved here, to which she had no retort. Just out of curiosity I took a walk down to that AT&T facility, and standing outside I had 2 bars of service. How can this be? It sounds like I should have amazing coverage here! Can anyone explain?