I'm looking forward to the iPhone, and will buy one as soon as they're released in the UK. I have a few questions I can't find an answer to, however. In no particular order. 1) What if there's no WiFi or Edge available (at my hick backwater village school, for instance)? Is all the webby stuff (Safari, Weather, Stocks, YouTube, etc) simply unavailable? 2) Can I find a video on YouTube and save it, meaning I can show it to friends when there's no WiFi/Edge coverage. 3) Does the iPhone sync bookmarks from Safari? If so, how does it handle stuff in the bookmark bar and bookmark menu? Are bookmarks made on the iPhone synced back to Safari on my Mac? If so, how are web-apps handled? 3) Can I subscribe to RSS feeds on the iPhone? I would like some system whereby the RSS is marked as read, whether I read it on my Mac or on my iPhone. Any way to do this? Leopard's Mail.app has support for RSS -- if I used this as my default RSS reader would it sync with the iPhone? 4) From what I've read, Notes don't sync, though they might under Leopard (hopefully). For now, though, how can I get them to my computer? Can you e-mail them? If so, how do they appear on the destination computer? 5) As I will be buying a plan (45 quid a month), does the phone have some sort of counter to let my know how many minutes I've used and how many texts I've sent? 6) I've never had a contract phone before. Are the bundled minutes equivalent to actual minutes or do some numbers use more minutes than others? In other words, is there any difference between calling say landlines, mobile numbers, and premium numbers? Thanks for any responses. I'm sure I'll add more questions if I get answers to these! Steve.