The title is true. My iPhone 4 of course has the "don't touch here spot" that will drop a call in low signal areas and will make a couple bars vanish in greater signal areas. So, after reading threads on this issue when it was first noted after release and getting some ideas, I decided to try something. The spot is skin/moisture/body activated because it grounds the two antennas. So, I decided to put something more permanent on the phone that would prevent that. A barrier OTHER THAN a case/bumper/tape or other crap. After some thinking, I grabbed my painters tape and taped up the "sweet spot" on the phone. I carefully did the front and back glass edges only leaving exposed the steel band. I taped just before the bottom speaker and about and inch up from the black seam. I cut a hole in a zip lock bag just enough for the exposed area to stick out and then I taped the bag around the rest of the phone to protect it. The only area exposed and being painted is now ready. I shook up my clear, satin spray lacquer and away I went. I put on a total of 6 coats. I let it dry for about 5 minutes and removed all the tape. I let it dry even more over night (this was yesterday). The results? It seems to help, quite a bit. The bar drop is not as dramatic as before. Testing is still taking place to see how long it will last and if the improvements justify the work. You can't tell it's on there unless you specifically look for it. Works for me I know some might think I am crazy but where would we be in this world if people didn't try crazy things? I just wanted to see if it really helped honestly. That's all.