Hey, I have some questions about replacing my iPhone 3G in Canada (on Rogers) that I bought in July on launch day. I got it replaced back in August a month after I got it, and it's been relatively good since then. But, it has some problems that are becoming more prominent by the day. For one, it probably has around two hundred dead pixels. I mean, a 320x480 screen has 150,000+ pixels, so I mean I wasn't going crazy about it. But when I heard people going crazy over a dead pixel, and I look at my refurbished iPhone with hundreds, I started to notice them and be bothered more and more. Secondly, the home switch is getting harder to press. Third, the sleep button is practically flush with the phone top. REALLY hard to press. Lastly, if it's on vibrate, and I press the top left part of the phone (slightly to the left of ear-speaker) it will vibrate each time I press there. Sometimes when it's in my pocket and I move a certain way it vibrates because of the weird vibrate glitchiness. So, it's a problematic phone. It's on Rogers, could I just call Apple and get a replacement shipped in? It's ten months old, scratched pretty badly on the back. Will that damage my chances? It didn't get wet ever nor is the wet-meter-thing activated. If I do call them and get a replacement, will it hurt my chances of being able to upgrade to the new iPhone this summer? I don't want to go to upgrade and see at a Rogers store, "Oh, you cost us a lot in replacement phones so we won't let yo upgrade." Could I do it? I know Apple's trying to clear their stock so a new one wouldn't be too hard to get ... I'd think. Plus, when I sell it this summer to get a new one it'd be great if it looked awesome.