Hey all - I've been browsing these forums for a while now, but only just bothered to register as I cant help myself any longer! I currently own an iPhone 8gb, which I bought back in October. Im very happy with it, and before you all start moaning, I love it to bits. Yes the camera could be a bit better, and yes the speakers are a bit tinny, and yes it can't do MMS or video, but still I think its an amazing innovative piece of hardware. I was really excited with the launch of 3g, and a new version of the iPhone, however after watching the keynote speech by SJ, and seeing the O2 upgrade T&Cs, I was left rather shocked and disappointed... I paid 279.99 for my iPhone, firstly - why should i fork out another 160 quid for a decent 16gb iphone? Currently im on the £35 contract, and I dont really want to move onto a higher tariff... But most of all, I dont want to start my 18 months all over... O2 really have got everyone by the balls here... Secondly, the new hardware features the 3g iPhone has to offer seem a bit weak, I mean, I have a TomTom for GPS, and I find EDGE is fast enough for me to get my emails and use google maps, along with a bit of browsing in safari here and there... I have previously owned a 3g phone with the UK provider "three", and I have to say that in the UK, 3g coverage is pretty sketchy... What everyone is forgetting is that the use if 3g network speeds relies on you being able to pick up a 3g network!!! These features are old hat anyway, the innovators at apple should be looking forward to new things, not playing catch up with the rest of the market... All of the other features on the new iPhone will be available to the original iPhone via the pending release of 2 dot 0, and besides, if I wanted to, I could jailbreak my iPhone... So tell me - Why should I upgrade? Sure if you dont yet have an iPhone in the UK, then the 3g iPhone is a definate must have. But in my opinion, those of us in the UK with an original iPhone, I can't see the point!?