Hey everyone. To make a long story short, Im on my 2nd Iphone replacement (last one was overheating and had weird problems it shouldn't do). Now my 2nd one works fine and all, but I have 1 question. The home button makes a weird clicking noise depending where I move it. Let me explain further, lets say I move the home button down and it clicks, the only way I can make it click again is if I move it up, and if I move it up and decide to move it down, I hear the click, or If I move it the the left side-to-side it will click, vice versa. Its like when i move the button, there's thing clicking into place at North south east or west lol. Now to go a bit further, it DOESN'T click in any sort of way if I shake the phone, or just barely touch the home button, and it doesn't look loose at all, so idk. It doesn't affect the performance of the phone because every time I click it, it works, 100% of the time. I just was wondering if this IS INDEED A DEFECT, or is this something that is common for Iphone 4 users. And Im really contemplating on replacing it or not, because I don't want to get a screwed up replacement or 5k one lol, and I am thinking, that the button might adjust itself overtime but idk, its been over 3 weeks with this replacement so....... Maybe its just me, idk, its something I can live with I just have that weird OCD, but I can live with it UNLESS IT A DEFECT that needs to be replaced and that shouldn't click what soever. It just so hard to believe that I went 2 hours to my local Apple store, and I saw them take it right out of a black box with plastic and all, and it clicks lol? I don't have another right now to test so im thinking they all pretty much do this except a few.