I'm really beside myself. I've had a new iPhone 4 for over a week now and I can't seem to get several of the most talked about features to work. Can somebody help me? Grip of Death - I am gripping my phone till my fingers are blue and I can't seem to get the phone to drop a call while I'm actually talking to someone. Sure I can hold the phone out in front of me and squeeze the life out of it and watch the signal bars bounce up and down when I'm dialing numbers for no apparent reason. But since I've had it, try as I might, I just can't get the thing to drop an actual phone call to an actual person. Finger of Death - This one really has me puzzled. I'm trying to figure out how I can hold the phone in such a way that I can put my finger on the black line while i'm holding it up to my ear and get the damn thing to actually hang up on someone. I've tried having my phone calls in front of a mirror but I'm a lefty so I have to reach around the back of my head and line my finger up with that little sucker. It's a nightmare. Because of the catastrophic failure of these essential features I actually had to endure a 2 hour conference call without interruption. And the voice quality was so good I could actually hear the meaningless drivel as if the person was in the same room! I wanted to die. I know, I know ... part of the problem is that I was stupid enough to buy one of those silly bumpers because I actually wanted one instead of getting one for free by lying on the floor of the Apple store in the fetal position and screaming "conspiracy" at the top of my lungs. And now all my friends are making fun of me telling me that there's nothing wrong with the phone - I just don't know how to use it properly. I understand that in Japan, people are using vienna sausages to operate the touch screens on their iPhones in cold weather. I'm wondering if I should scotch tape one to the side of my phone so I can hold it in any position and guarantee that I will never be able to make another call. Can anyone help me?