Anyone surprised that with the end of exclusivity, Apple chose to bring the iPhone to Verizon instead of unlocking it? You would think that instead of restructuring the iPhone that it would make slightly more sense to just "unlock" the damn thing and toss it onto T-Mobile. Same network, same GSM hardware. The overhead in doing so would be minimal if any while still affording some measure of revenue. I'm slightly surprised because it seems as if Verizon was so in bed with Android. I remember those iDont commercials. It seems odd that there is such a change in tone for Verizon. Since the iPhone for Verizon has come "out of the bag", I've noticed a significant drop in the amount of "Droid Does" commercials for Verizon and instead more "generic" commercials (Rule The Air, Be Your Own Personal Signal...those commercials never made sense to me). It just seems like for Apple, with the end of exclusivity, it would make more sense NOW to just unlock the damn thing for T-Mobile and then reconsider or create a GSM/CDMA iphone concurrently with the release of an iPhone 5 (iPhone 4S).