I have an original EDGE iPhone that I have been happy with. I admit that the 2.0 software has made it hang sometimes and the screen sometimes becomes unresponsive at the oddest times, like dialing a number from the keypad - the green call button won't take after tapping several times and things like this. My iPhone is a less than week from going out of warranty and has had good battery life this past year. I have someone interested in buying my original iPhone which is in pristine shape as it has a Bestskinsever.com skin on it, wrapping the back and sides, keeping it scratch free and the chrome is perfect. I got lucky putting it on and it is spot on. I also have a PowerSupportUSA Crystal Film on the screen. He is willing to give me $175 (he really wants it, emailed me and is offering $200 even) for the iPhone and wants to pick it up today. He will revert it back to 1.1.4 for some reason. Doesn't mean anything to me. This gets me a new 3G for about $40 after tax is considered, plus add on another $20 for new skins and screen protectors. I was wondering if I should upgrade and if my selling price is right or maybe a bit too low considering the condition? 1.) What should I be looking to sell my iPhone for? 2.) Should I sell it and upgrade or is it a better idea to keep my original iPhone? 3.) What are the downsides to upgrading? In what ways was the original iPhone better? i.e. build, signal, etc. I know the new one is louder, clearer, etc. 4.) I charge using the dual dock from my Apple BT headset. How easy will it be to mod that dock to fit the new iPhone? Thanks, any feedback is really appreciated. I don't know if I should just switch at such a low upgrade cost, or if the new features/better signal, internet, speakers, are enough to warrant any setbacks and extra cost. I do like the metal top, and side buttons and the look of the plastic doesn't bother me. It will be in a skin again, so either way I never felt the 'metal' back of my original phone. My family plan will stay the same, but I am looking at $10 more per month data, and I am still trying to figure the text messaging costs. It doesn't seem that the $5 for 200 per month applies to family plans, only individuals. Again, thanks for any feedback. I do appreciate answers and not just a vote in the poll, thanks.