I was excited to hear that version 2.2 included the ability to download podcasts over the air. But now that I have it I'm more and more disappointed in the release to the point of wanting to revert to 2.1 or jailbreak. I used to stream video podcasts with 2.1 by accessing the RSS feed. NBC Nightly News in particular I could stream either using Wifi or 3G. With 2.2 it now gives an error message, "this movie format is not supported". Even though it was with 2.1. Now 2.2 forces me to download the whole thing before I can watch it. And usually iTunes is reporting that the podcast hasn't been updated for today while the RSS feed shows that it has. So I often can't watch the podcast until a day late, which is not useful. Even worse, I was away from home and I learned that there is a 10MB limit on downloads over the cell network. No apps, no updates, no podcasts which are larger than 10MB. What gives? I bought an iPhone 3G, I agreed to terms of service spelled out in great detail from AT&T. Nowhere did it state that downloads would be limited to a measly 10MB when I can get 2mb/sec download speeds. Thats like saying you can have a fast pipe, but you're not allowed to use it for anything useful. The only options seem to be revert back to 2.1 or jailbreak and use podcaster.