Okay so here the deal, ladies and gentlemen. I've got an 32GB iPhone 4, which I purchased in late October of 2010. It's a great phone. No cracked screen, no major scratches (just a few of those light ones on the screen that are invisible while the phone is in use), and it's in overall great shape. I don't really play games on it, and I can count the number of times I've visited the app store this year on one hand with fingers to spare. I listen to music on it, I browse the web on it, I send and receive text messages, and I use it for an occasional photograph. That's about it. I'm the lightest of the light in terms of iPhone usage. I went ahead and downloaded the iOS7 GM, just as I did with iOS6 last year, and I'm not seeing any of the lag or slowdowns that others are complaining about the internet over. It's fine, really. I don't see any issues. But now that the iPhone 5c is available for pre-order and the 5s is available soon, I've been kicking around the idea of upgrading. For an hour I'll go through all the reasons in my head that I'd like a new phone, but then the next hour I go right back to "nah, what I have is fine, I'm better off with those $200-$400 in my pocket." I used to say for a long time that I'm not ditching my iPhone 4 until it physically fails on me...battery finally stops taking a charge, the internal storage hits its read/write cycle limit and just dies, the backlight goes out...something. And I'm still leaning towards that...but man, it's tempting. Anyone else going through the same conundrum?