Lately, it seems, there has been an influx of what most would consider, meaningless app store rejections. I can only imagine how iPhone developers feel about this. With emerging alternatives (Android, WebOS, and others) in the picture one could only imagine, "What's keeping these developers from abandoning iPhone development?" Costly time and resources go into developing an application, the last thing you need is for it to be rejected upon submission. Apple is really alienating itself here. These rejections are doing far more harm than good in the long run for the App Store model. I'm sure many others agree with democracy over dictatorship. What do you think?