I'm still on the fence about upgrading to the 3G -- my original iPhone works flawlessly, and curiously when I tested my phone against some 3Gs in the new Apple store I didn't see much of an advantage in speed. I've of course upgraded the software on my iPhone and it works very well -- I've not had the issues that others seem to be having, apart from the odd app hanging now and then. And I don't really need 3G as WiFi seems to be available most of the places I go to, and I've already got a TomTom 920 for my GPS needs. But I do like the idea of the improved sound, I thought the screen was a significant improvement over the original iPhone -- much much brighter --, and I like the non-recessed headphone jack, louder speaker volume and the higher storage capacity. So the hardware is definitely speaking to me, even absent a need for the 3G network. That said, I am curious about how well 3G is working in Boston for all you 3G Bostonians out there. Is it reasonably stable, for voice as well as data? Are there problems with dropped calls, etc? For those of you who had the original phone, are you happy you made the switch? Tip me over, one way or another, willya?