Aloha everyone, I absolutely LOVE my iPhone 4, with one exception. I noticed that I have to crank up the volume, as compared with my old (my wife's new) iPhone 3G, when using the Apple-supplied headphones to listen to my iPod content. This is true for both audio and video files. It is also true when using my Belkin TuneBase FM car adapter with my iPhone 4. Additionally, my wife has a hard time hearing me when I use the Bluetooth Handsfree system in my RX 350 with my iPhone 4. This was not true with my iPhone 3G. It seems that audio out, be it via the 30-pin connector on the bottom, the headset jack, or Bluetooth, is not as great as that of previous iPhones. I can't speak to the iPhone 3GS, as I never had one of them. Has anyone else experienced this issue and if so, how was it resolved (if a resolution exists)? Also, when typing a response to, say, a MacRumors thread, once I tap in the text field to enter my reply, the cursor becomes HUGE, and it's really difficult to type in a cogent response. It keeps scrolling from side to side, which is annoying, but not as annoying as being unable to make the text field any smaller while editing its contents. Has anyone experienced this issue, and it so, how was it resolved (if a resolution exists)? Many thanks in advance for any and all responses.