During yesterdays conference call I picked up on something that made my ears prick up. I'm unsure whether I heard it correctly and I haven't had the time to go back and listen again, but check out the transcript of the bit I'm referring to. 2:43 PT - DM: Piper Jaffray: And we’re back to the iPhone revenue recognition delay. 2:43 PT - DM: Opp: Delay recognition of revenue and product cost of iPhone, but will continue to expense operating expenses on advertising, engineering, period costs, etc. 2:43 PT - DM: PJ: Charging for iPhone 2.0 for those who bought before March 6th? 2:44 PT - DM: Opp says it’s free. 2:44 PT - DM: PJ: Why deferring after March 6th if everybody gets it for free? 2:44 PT - DM: Opp: Customers presuming when they bought it that they’d get it for free. Proper accounting. Is it me or is Oppenheimer suggesting that customers who bought after March 6th will be charged?