http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lEVei3x7v0 This was shot and edited in 720p entirely on an iPhone 4 using iMovie. I received my iPhone 4 in the mail a day early and my friend didn't want to go wait for his alone, so I decide to go along and document the entire event with my new iPhone's HD camera. (Some of those in line were noticeably annoyed at my use of the new phone while they waited, but I tried to conceal it as much as possible). We got to the Santa Barbara State Street Apple Store around 5:30am and were about 25th in the reservation line. I had a ton of fun, and am so glad I went, Apple really knows how to release a product, maybe next time I'll just reserve it rather than get it shipped. EDIT: So I learned some tricks while editing that I thought I should share those for others playing around with iMovie I typically work within Final Cut Pro when editing video, so going into iMovie I was met with several limitations, but I figured out a few workarounds for most of the issues I faced: Titles remain over an entire clip, so if you want titles just to appear at the beginning of a clip, (Like seen at the very beginning of my video) you must trim the end of a clip to the length you wish. Then import that same clip again, and trim the beginning to the length of your first clip. Make sure you remove the crossfade as well. You cannot add titles over photos, so if you want this you must be a little creative. All you have to do is make a new project, put the photos you want in your actual project in this project, and then export this in 720p. Once you do that it will be in your camera roll and you can import that clip and cut it up for use as a video, so that you can add titles over the photos. There is no way to split clips, so similar to adding titles to a part of a clip, you must cut a clip down on one side of your "split" then reimport the clip, and cut the beginning equal to the length of your first clip. You may want to do this if you want one part of a clip to have audio, or if you want to place another clip between your "split". (Make sure to remove the unnecessary transition between your split clips). If you want your film to fade to black (Which mine did at the end) you must download a black JPG, (ex: http://jendelosreyes.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/black-square.jpg ). Its a good idea to keep a black jpg in your camera roll as a tool for editing. You also may want to make a project with just the black image and export it as a video so that you can place titles over black. If your phone screwed up the orientation (Or if you switched mid filming) while you were filming so that it thinks its a vertical video when it was really horizontal, (Mine did this on one of my clips), the only way I found to alleviate this is downloading the App "Rotate Video" which costs $.99 in the app store. It says its 3GS only but it seemed to have no issues rotating the HD video. If there is anything else that you want to do within iMovie that you just can't figure out how to do, feel free to ask. I had to figure out a lot of workarounds while editing this test video, I might be able to help.