Per the header then, readers. I apologise if this has been voiced before but I couldnae see it on any Search Forums. And its this: I'd always been impressed when stepping into the O2 or Apple showrooms and playing with the demo iPhones - how good and fast YouTube worked ... and even BBCiPlayer performed.. sharp .. fast .. . entertaining!. Ah. Then I bought a 3G iPhone and did the same at home. Fan-Dab-A-Dozy, readers. Just like the shops!. And then ... I went out the house. But no probs .. I have 3G right?. Wrong!. I tried via 3g only ... www.bbciplayer.co.uk and ... up flashes the message: "Only available via a WiFi connection" Eh?. Whats that all about?. Then I go on YouTube. Fine .. loads acceptably quick .. but whats this? The quality. Its blimmin' abominable. Pixelated and superlow resolution. IS this a conspiracy twixt O2 and Apple and YouTube?. Weird. So theres the question. Is it my phone?. Is it just the UK?. Why the low resolution movies?. Not much use if I cant view these things when out and about. I might as well by an iPod Touch if I cant use such a great feature. And dont get me started on battery life .. thats another topic. As things stand right now .. over next 4 days if things dont improve I'll be taking it back under the 14 day phone returns feature of both O2 and Apple. What a shame. And a bit of a con if its a WiFi preferred device ... humph! Cheers y'all!