I bought an IPhone 3GS to replace my wife's broken cellphone. I am a newbie in the world of IPhone hacking, and I want to confirm that I need to wait a bit longer for additional exploits before I can unlock my version of this phone. Using f0recast and this link, my phone info is as follows: Notice that f0recast indicates that my phone cannot be Jailbreakable, but I followed the instructions on this link and it seems to be Jailbroken. I, at least, have Cydia on it. However, I still am not able to use it with T-Mobile (No Service status), but I do have WiFi functioning. Also, based on this link, my phone seems to have the Toshiba baseband chip instead of the Infineon one, which increases the chances of my phone being bricked with the current exploits and guides available. What I do not know right now is whether I am able to recover my phone to a clean state (e.g., working baseband) if things go bad during the unlock process. In this forum, the "stickified" topic for recovering an IPhone seems to indicate that any bricked IPhone can be recovered. But other sites indicate that there is no going back once I update the current baseband to the IPad baseband. So, am I right to assume that my current IPhone is nothing more than an IPod Touch until further exploits are released? Thanks! Happy New Year!