So I'm not sure exactly what happened last night while I was in blissful sleep with my iPhone 4 by my side. I spent a few hours yesterday setting everything up organizing my apps into folders, configuring things, and then I was done. Went to sleep and I woke up this morning and it's dead. I'm thinking maybe I should have plugged it in to charge, but I wanted to drain the battery anyway (it had 55% when I went to sleep). I plugged it in to my MacBook Pro and opened iTunes and got the message that my iPhone was in recovery mode. I mean, maybe it was out last night, celebrating it's new home with the other electronics in my house and got wasted. So with a sigh, I decide to restore my iPhone, and get the following load of you know what: "The iPhone "iPhone" could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (1600)." My guess here is that while my iPhone thought it could just hang with all the other electronics in the house, what really happened is that they beat it into a coma and now it has amnesia and can't even remember it's own name. The somewhat good news is that after doing some searching, I saw that other people that have had this trouble in the past with other iPhones held the home and sleep button, for an extended amount of time until the screen powers up suggests you connect it to iTunes. I repeated the restore process again, and now it's on it's way back to life. I wish I would have synced last night after I spent all that time configuring, but oh well. The chances of getting a replacement seem slim to none right now, especially with the crop of other problems people are having before the official launch date with screen discoloration and signal problems while holding it in your hand... My question is how long do I have before this happens again. Was it a fluke, or do I need to sync my iPhone every 12 hours?