We've been with Sprint for years, but service really has gotten poor and with my wife's birthday coming up, I'm thinking it might be time to spring for an iPhone for her (her Treo has about had it). We live in a market formerly owned by Suncom (Charlottesville, VA). Needless to say, this essentially bankrupt company didn't put huge $ in the ground, and coverage was never great. I think ATT has put more money in the ground, but this isn't NYC. Friends with iPhones are happy with them, but they live in different parts of town, and getting service at the house is pretty important...lots of people call her exclusively on the cell phone. So I got some freebie LG phone from ATT (just arrived today) as a way to test coverage around the house. It's sometimes two bars, but mostly I'm getting one bar or no bars. I'd test an iPhone, but there's the restocking fee, etc. So, any thoughts on what to expect from iPhone coverage at the house given the 0-2 bar experience with the LG? Even with no bars I seem okay making calls (not getting "no service"). I guess the other question is whether I should believe what the guy in the local ATT store told me six months ago: that they're putting more cell sites up in my area soon. He's just a salesman, of course. Guess I have one more: if I get an iPhone to test out, and decide to keep it, will I have any problem changing the number over to her Sprint number if I start service out with a new ATT number? Don't want to port the Sprint number unless we're sure we'll keep the phone with ATT...that number is important (to us!). Thanks.