Due to the price, storage space, and good spam filter offered by Gmail Apps Premier -- I'm hard pressed to switch. But I can't use POP download to my iPhone or else I'd drive myself nuts between the iPhone and the two computers I need to be able to access my email on. After a bit of Googling (considering switching providers), I stumbled upon an open source bit of code called iGmail. Basically you upload this to your python/subversion compatible host and it acts as an IMAP front end for your Gmail account. Information can be found at http://butterfat.net/igmail It's not a "non-tekie" solution, but I was able to get it up and running without difficulty. And, on the plus side, now I can not only use IMAP on my iPhone to manage my Gmail account -- but I can now use my preferred email client on my desktop instead of having to always use the web interface. I hope this helps others.