Sure enough I go and flame my Apple TV and my iPhone goes wonky the same day. It's been working fine since I got it. Last night, I had it charging on my computer. This morning, I disconnected it before I took my MBP elsewhere to mess around. Skip forward to 2:30. I want to listen to music in my car. My iPhone says there are no songs, no videos, no NOTHING on there. I plug it back up and open iTunes. There are about 400MB of photos and 6GB of "Other". I haven't an effin' clue what the other is. All of my songs, podcasts, etc. that I had checked to sync are unchecked. I redo them and hit sync. I get the "you don't have enough space, fool!" error message. So right now I'm in the middle of a restore. I brought my MBP to work, but I have to wait until a trip to Starbucks because I need an Internet connection to get it working. Apparently it has to do something via iTunes online to restore completely. Does anybody have any freakin' clue what happened? Part of me thought (gasp!) virus, part of me thought some mega e-mail attachment got through. This is one reason it would be nice to have a Finder app so we could know WTF is on the phone.