OK maybe Apple deserves some share of blame (it's not like AT&T and Apple didn't consult each other before this horrible decision was made, so that's why), but we need to go after the main problem here. I have never done anything like this before - attempted a CAL. Yes, as a buyer of many many many electronic consumer goods in my life, there have been a few that turned out to be huge disappointments plagued with many problems, but never have I felt bamboozled, mislead, cheated, hoodwinked, as I did today. I feel like I bought a beautiful Mercedes-Benz, and then 1 month later, my tires are taken away and I'm told by the company "Enjoy your beautiful car, now with limited use." THAT'S WHAT IT'S LIKE! This is so wrong. Many of us bought iPads for heavy, extensive internet use on the go, away from home or stable Wi-Fi. The internet is probably the BIGGEST selling point of iPad, and now it's been crippled. Is there a lawyer on this board? Is there a legal expert or law school student? How can we (the people) go about making sure AT&T answers to us??? I want to "spearhead" a CAL and get the ball rolling, so to speak. I know I'll need documents, papers, contracts, and signatures. What else?