This is NOT a complaint about iOS 5, by the way, but just a note for those who may be drooling over those of us who get to try iOS 5 early, it's not as fully-baked as you might think, so don't feel bad about not getting it yet. (Yes, I know it's a Beta, that's my point) I installed it last night, played around with it, and I'm very impressed with the changes they've made, but I ultimately decided to revert back to 4.3.3 due to some issues. - Battery life is really bad. It hasn't been optimized yet, so I understand it, but I lost almost half my battery within two hours of moderate use this morning. - Bugs are all over. Safari and other programs get sluggish. Mail sometimes gives me duplicate message or shows no messages unless I restart it, etc. - iMessages is GREAT! but it won't really be a factor until my other iPhone friends have it, so it's not useful at the moment. - Notifications are okay, but I'm not that impressed with the implementation. Maybe it will grow on me. - Wifi syncing isn't enabled yet. - Many of the iCloud features don't work yet or are working strangely. I'm sure all of these features will be working perfectly by the time iOS 5 is released to the public, and I may jump back onboard with future beta releases, but for right now, I'm happy to get back the faster performance and battery life of 4.3.3. Those of you who are chomping at the bit for iOS 5 can rest easy for a bit, because you're not missing much just yet.