I saved my iPhone credit to apply to the purchase of Leopard. Went to the Apple Store in Atlanta tonight to buy that and the Adobe CS3 upgrade, and after 30 minutes of waiting in line I was inside the store. Here's the problem: They applied the Apple Credit post-tax, which means that Apple only spent $92 on my $100 credit. According to several reps at 800-MY-APPLE, the gift card is ALWAYS supposed to be applied to the pre-tax subtotal. They advised me to call the store and speak with the manager. I called the store and spoke with someone who identified themselves as the manager. She told me it was company policy to apply the credit post-tax, and offered to do nothing for me, even after I told her what the online store reps had told me. It's only $8, but the principle of the thing is what gets me. $8 x everyone who got the credit is a lot of money that Apple is pocketing if all of the retail stores are doing this. What do you guys think? Is there a legal expert here who can advise me? Any ambulance chasers want to generate a class action suit on this one?