Yup, slipped out of someones hands (not mine, lesson learned) went through a crack between the rail and the balcony and after what seemed like an eternity heard the smack when it finally hit the sidewalk. It was in a Speck Pixel HD case, but sadly landed on the face. As you can imagine the screen is cracked to all hell, the front camera and the proximity sensor are exposed, and the aluminum frame is actually bent. The back half of the phone , glass and all, came away unscathed. Although you can't actually see anything on the screen, the phone still "works". The buttons all react and I was actually able to "unlock" it sliding my thumb along shards of splintered glass. I also was able to sync it with my laptop and do a backup. So that's good. What am I looking at as far as replacing my phone? I've read the tales of people getting free replacements for their cracked phones but I'm not naive enough to think that an Apple employee will look at my phone and think that it has been dropped less then 5 feet. I can't seem to find anything concrete on "replacement" phones. For a 32 gig, if I give them my busted phone will they sell me one for $299 again? or do I have to buy one full price, $699? Then maybe fix my old one and sell it ? Anyone have any idea what my best option is here? I have an appt. at the Apple Store tomorrow morning so we'll see how it goes. I think I can swallow another $299 and chalk the whole thing up to "dookie happens" but any higher and I'm wondering if I just go back to my 3G and ride it out until the next model comes.