I know this will be nothing more than a "cool story, bro" thread to most, but dammit, I need to vent. I still love and cherish my original 2G iPhone, and it was hard to part with it when I upgraded to the 3GS last year. I kept it pristine and in its original box until 3 months ago when I gave it to my husband who expressed interest in getting an iPhone. At the time the 4's were not out yet and I said it made no sense to buy a 3GS when the 4's were imminent. I suggested he use my original until the 4s came out. Worse decision ever. The 4s came out and life is busy so we hadn't gotten around to getting a 4 yet. He broke it. Yesterday, he arrived home at 7 pm from the gym and was talking and unloading his bag at the same time when I heard a smack onto the tile floor. I knew instantly what it was. "Did you just break my phone?" "Dammit...I broke it. And I was doing so well too." Yeah, so well. I didn't drop it in the two years I had it and he drops it after three months, shattering the glass, and he thinks he was doing well. I've called around. I can get it fixed locally in 15 minutes, for $120. The guy on the phone said the original's parts are getting scarce because it's obsolete. Does this sound right? Should I fix it? I love that iPhone so much I may take it back and give my husband my 3GS to break. For some reason, it means nothing to me.