I know I am. Bought an iPhone 3G S 16GB at Walmart for $97 knowing full well the iPhone 4 would be out within a month. Bought it before the ETF went up. I'm just really having a hard time justifying taking back my 3G S and getting an iPhone 4. I'm still in the return window, so I can do it. I don't care about "FaceTime". Why? Well, the fact that its iPhone 4 to iPhone 4 and wifi only kills it in almost every practical situation. The only time you'll be able to realistically use it is when you're somewhere that you'll most likely have access to a computer with a webcam anyway. None of the people I video chat with have an iPhone. Better yet, those that do have iPhones are rarely around wifi except at home. And when at home, why not use my MacBook and Skype? I'm not buying the hype surrounding the new display. I won't deny that colors and black levels will be better. But, aside from the macro closeup shots showing the pixel density, the real world advantages won't be anywhere near what people are saying. You're still going to be holding your iPhone a foot and a half or more from your face. So you're essentially just shoving more pixels into the same size area, and at that distance, any gain is lost by way of how things naturally work. Go google viewing distances if you don't believe me. I know I don't hold my iPhone against my face. I already have an iPad as well, so I've already experienced the "speed" upgrade. Its there but its nothing Earth shattering. iPhone games run about the same on both the iPad and iPhone 3G S. Higher resolution games actually run worse on the iPad than on the iPhone. Look how bad Hero of Sparta runs on the iPad compared to the iPhone. Same game with higher quality graphics, but the iPad version has such a bad frame-rate that its unplayable. The only real advantage I can see is the better camera. The sample pictures look ok. I like the idea of 720p recording. I don't care for the iMovie app. I never used it on my Mac. It's also hard to justify that when theres so many other cameras out there in the $100-$150 that do damn good 720p as well as a few that do either 720p60 or 1080p. Theres also a number of point and shoot digicams out there for $100 that kick the crap out of any and all cellphone cams. I don't care about the new design. I've never cared about design. Functionality is far more important than design. The better battery life isn't particularly impressive. Anyone who uses push services and Exchange email over 3G knows that the battery will still be drained fast and it won't be an extra 2 hours, it will be more like an extra half hour or so using those background data services. I don't care about the gyroscope either. I can't see that adding to games, because most of the games on the platform now are annoying because of the lack of physical controls. I can't see how adding more "motions" will improve things. Software wise, the iPhone 3G S will do everything iPhone 4 does. So, it's really difficult for me to say its worth it to take my 3G S back and pay the extra $100 (as well as deal with that $325 ETF) for iPhone 4. Anyone else?