I've had an iPhone since the first day they were out in 2007. The first days of jailbreaking were really interesting just because it was necessary to get the basics for your phone. Remember ApolloIM and similar apps? Those days weren't filled with $4.99 $9.99 $1.99 jailbreak applications. They were free, buggy, and great. It just seems like these days that every little additional tweak requires $1.99 extra. Take something like 3G Unrestrictor, Infinifolder, or itether. They're all very useful in their own ways, but all they do is remove an existing restriction for $1.99 - $2.99. In the original days, these programs would be free, but now the authors think a basic tweak is worth $2.