Some people are unhappy about the $100 store credit for early iPhone buyers from both Apple and AT&T stores. But I think it's worth noting that Apple is really hanging themselves out here and trusting their customers, too. If you bought your iPhone at an Apple Store for $600 and the price dropped within the 14-day return period, they'll know if you took it back and got a $200 refund or however Apple is handling it. But if you bought your iPhone at an AT&T Store for $600, either within the 14-day return period and you went in and got a $200 refund from AT&T, or you bought it much earlier and you called AT&T and raised hell and they gave you some amount of refund or account credit to keep you happy, Apple will know by serial number when the phone was sold so they can verify it was sold before the price drop, and they'll know it was sold by AT&T, but they'll have no way of knowing if you actually went into AT&T and got a $200 refund before the 14 days ran out or not, and they won't know if you otherwise convinced AT&T to give you a special out of return period credit or refund. Even if there was an easy way to find out, AT&T would be prohibited by law from discussing your account or credit transactions with them with anyone from Apple or anywhere else. Basically Apple is offering a $100 store credit to anyone who bought, before the price drop, an iPhone at Apple outside the 14-day return period, or anyone who bought an iPhone at AT&T any time before yesterday, Sept. 5th, whether AT&T did reimbursed them in some way or not. All the AT&T $600 iPhone buyers are completely on their honor on this one. So for everyone who is mad at Apple for only $100 and only store credit, realize they are trusting something like 1 out of every 7 iPhone buyers not to sign up for the store credit if AT&T gave them some sort of credit -- because from what I've heard AT&T is handing out a lot of refunds and account credits to people who bought an iPhone at one of their stores or via their online store, no matter when they bought it. I mean, Apple is trusting a lot of iPhone customers as much as they expect us to trust them. That shows some quality corporate ethics, I think.