People make mistakes. Companies make mistakes. There is no mistaking Apple has made a mistake. Perhaps not an immediately noticeable financial mistake, but a PR mistake that could fester and eat away at future profits. Whatever your take on the price drop, you can be sure Mr. Jobs has had a very busy, if not nerveracking, night. If Apple is smart, they could easily (as they have before) spin the price drop debacle into something amenable to us disgruntled early adopters, and they could do it in cutesy-tech way that would give everyone warm fuzzies. They have records of when we bought/registered/activated our phones. They know who does/doesn't qualify for a price adjustment. So how would you feel next month when the wifi iTunes store opens if your phone magically shows you have a $200 iTunes credit? No message, no email, no thank you, just a nice fat credit...which would cost Apple pennies on the dollar, and let everyone kiss and make up.