It was my nightmare scenario: on vacation, iPhone camera full of unforgettable, one of a kind photos, and then I lose my iPhone. No worries, I have Find My iPhone enabled. My girlfriend has an iPhone, so I thought I'd just fire up Safari, log into MobileMe and hope to find the phone. WRONG! Once I typed the URL in her phone, I immediately got a redirected webpage, asking if I'd like to try out MobileMe (my girlfriend can't afford the $99). Again and again I tried to get to the log in screen so I could access MY account and find my phone, but no, it's not possible. Okay, I have my iPad with me. Again, the same problem. I can't log in to use the Find My iPhone feature. So I was forced to drive 40 miles back to my hotel because luckily I also packed my MacBookPro. It had no problems logging in, and there was the blue light indicating the position of my iPhone. But now I had to drive 40 miles back to where it was. What if someone found it in the meantime? I wanted real time information of its' location, and since my MacBook is not tethered, I was screwed. (Upon coming home, I called Apple, and was told Find my iPhone only works on a computer. WTF? I can't imagine the iPhone is not capable of performing that function. Certainly there must be a back door URL that bypasses the screen I was seeing? But Apple's servers weren't playing ball, seeing my GF's phone and the iPad as mobile devices, thus serving up alternate webpages that were no use to me. How convenient is it to always find a computer to use this feature, especially when you're on the road? Any ideas how to prevent this in the future anyone? Happy Ending: I went back to where my laptop said the phone was. By this time, it was raining. ****. The extra 90 minutes of drive time might have made all the difference. But there my phone was, in a small puddle face down. When I reached for it, I recoiled in horror, as there were clear tire markings visible on the rubber case. "It's toast," I thought. Amazingly, it powered up with no issues. There was not a scratch on it. A CAR HAD RUN OVER MY PHONE AND IT WASN'T EVEN DAMAGED! So thanks Apple for building a sturdy phone. But please make Find My Iphone work on mobile devices.