Picked up my iPhone 3G yesterday at the AT&T store. I remember seeing a video of a guy who got the iPhone 3G and his box was still wrapped, so I was surprised when the AT&T guy opened the wrapping up. And he used a pen to cut open the wrapping, which is something that would freak some people out. Then he took out the iPhone, and let it sit on the counter for a while. He took a really long time trying to get me converted from a GoPhone pre-paid account to a post-paid account. While he was trying to figure it out, he would sometimes fiddle around with my iPhone. At one point, he picked up a pen to write something, and then dropped it haphazardly onto the counter. The tip of the pen almost hit my iPhone! I've also read that some people like to keep that thin plastic cover on their iPhone screen, but this guy took mine off and threw it away. After an hour, they finally got my account set up and activated my iPhone. I guess that's why they needed to open the box, although I thought you could activate it from home? After all that, there were a ton of fingerprints on it. I even noticed a couple tiny scuffs and a faint scratch on the silver part. Do Apple store employees treat their iPhones better?