The concept of video chat makes a lot of people kind of interested but also kind of worried. Not everyone has acting skills or speech skills and frankly, it gives people anxiety to perform a video chat. (Not all of us are iJustine lol). What it would take for Facetime to really take off is for it to be considered cool and trendy and to give the general populace the feeling that "everyone is doing it". Then i feel there could be a ground-swell of usage and maybe people could over time start using it habitually. But all this antenna stuff has reached such a critical mass that if you type iPhone 4 in google all the articles will be antenna related. Everyone, instead of swooning over the iPhone 4, asks me if it has reception problems. That seems to be its claim to fame. I have a feeling this might have killed some of the spark for Facetime and its potential to phaze into mainstream practice. Nobody talks about Facetime or the Retina display. Only about the antenna.