I was at the Apple Store in the Mall of America in Bloomington, MN this morning. I asked for 3 iPhones, and was informed that I must sign an agreement not to export or resell them, titled "Short-Term Purchase Agreement" (see attachment). I refused to sign, saying that it was too much legal language for me. I asked if I could still buy 1 or 2 iPhones, and was told that you can buy up to 2 without signing. Interesting.... This is compared to yesterday when I went to the Apple Store in Rosedale Center in Roseville, MN (about 25 miles from the Mall of America store). I asked for 6, and was told I could only have 4. The salesperson then disappeared in to the back room for 15 minutes (literally!), and came back with 3. She explained that "there is a new policy which I just learned about: a maximum of 3 iPhones, and absolutely no cash sales. You must put it on a credit card". Either Apple's policies are changing on a daily basis, or there is a lack on consistency between stores. In any case, I was quite surprised when the Mall of America store pulled out the attached contract (which, by the way, they were not too happy about me leaving the store with a copy of it -- but I insisted that if they were going to ask me to sign it that I ought to have the right to take a copy home to review more thoroughly, or even with a lawyer if I so chose).