I know all about the "real MMS" bit that's supposed to happen later this summer but in the meantime, it's my understanding that the phone is supposed to receive a message that says you've received a picture message and to view it, go to viewmymessages or something or another. I'm a little short on details because I've never gotten one in the year I've owned the iPhone. Not once, and not for a lack of picture messages. I actually used that feature quite a bit and people are sending them and I'm not receiving anything. When I heard that I should have at least gotten the message described above, I called AT&T support (this morning). The woman I spoke with said that while my account was correctly configured, some iPhones get the messages, some don't. Some don't get them all, others do. I asked "What's the difference? Isn't a phone a phone?" and she said no, it depended on the build date, software version, radio, etc, which sounded like "I don't know, now go away" line to me. This isn't 1992, it either works or it doesn't. So what's the real story with this? I keep a Fuze with a PAYG card for the sole reason of receiving MMS messages. If the iPhone is supposed to do this and I've been shelling out all that extra money every month, I may be a tad pissed off at AT&T.