I'm a new iPhone user, but I use only Mac products. That being said, I'm not a fanboy. I'm just a designer and photographer that requires this kind of equipment for my work. I waited 3 generations for Apple to work out its bugs and when I saw the iPhone 4, I knew it was time to buy. Everyone has been talking about the antennae. It's pretty much been talked to death, so yeah, I have that same issue and I use a rubber bumper. But, am I the only one that really confused about the strength of the glass? Apple writes, "Chemically strengthened to be 20 times stiffer and 30 times harder than plastic..." Okay, but I've never had any plastic item, no matter how fragile shatter when dropped. Is this not a blatant marketing deception? Can anyone tell me if they've ever dropped a plastic anything and it shattered? (permitting it had not been exposed to extremely low temperatures. Is anyone, i.e., Consumer Reports, NYT, etc., going to call Apple out on this?