I'm well aware of the dangers of reading this board when a new apple product is released, but some of the accounts of problems (iOS6, battery life, data overuse, soft aluminium, etc) do have me a bit leery about the iPhone 5. I know I know, it's just a device and no device is invincible, there will always be issues with any device (especially at first)... make up your own mind; go for it or don't etc etc. BUT, even for the sake of curiosity, are there any actual formal reports that address the quality of a product, i.e. even simply document the rate of returns due to defects, whether cosmetic or otherwise? Is Apple slipping? Maybe the numbers would even prove the opposite. (Seems impossible to know if you just read all the slinging on here...) I don't suppose companies would publish this but it would be interesting to know how the actual rate of return compares between iP5 and say iP4S and what reasons were cited for returns/exchanges in say, the first month (and eventually overall). Does Apple reveal such stats? Anyone aware of such a comparison/report?