Hey guys, I'm looking for an opinion here. I joined the iPhone world last week with a 32GB model but unfortunately there was a defect in the LCD. I took it back to the Apple Store where I got it and after a little bit (first Genius said he couldn't see anything) they did a retail swap for a new model. The specialist who activated the phone was really cool and friendly. I was happy and made sure to check the LCD at all angles looking for any screen defects before leaving the store and there weren't any. Well after getting home and using for a little I've noticed that the Home button doesn't feel the same as the first phone or my wife's bought the same day. For lack of a better word it feels squishy or soft. On the first one I had and on my wife's there is a definite audible click when you depress the button. On mine it feels almost like the button is sunk in a little further. It seems to work OK but it is almost like I have to click a little more deliberately in the center of the button. What do y'all think, does this sound normal, am I being too picky? I'm worried about the hassle involved if I want to exchange it again for a second time in the first week of ownership. There is always a chance the next replacement could be even worse or have screen problems again. I've also noticed that on this one the silver bevel on the sides of the phone has more of a sharp edge to it. My first one and my wife's is much more smooth when running your finger from the back to the front. On mine it catches on the sharp edge of the silver. Thanks in advance for your thoughts on these issues. I hate seeming like a complainer but for $325 I don't want to feel like I settled for less than perfect. .