I was having troubles with my iPhone 4 32GB and brought it to the Apple store yesterday. They told me it was a battery issue and since I was out of warranty, I could replace the battery for $79 or replace the entire phone for $149. Mine was looking a little worn so I decided to replace the entire phone. When I got home and went to restore with my backup, all of my data couldn't sync and didn't fit - they replaced my phone with a 16GB phone. I'm feeling pretty upset over this and even on the receipt it says 16GB and no returns. Something I didn't notice when they showed it to me on the iPhone's they carry around to for you to check-out. Any thoughts on this issue? Is this standard practice (the $149 fee for a replacement phone is only for 16GB)? If this is the case, I feel taken advantage of because I was not informed of this and I would have not replaced the phone, I would have spent only the $79 to get the battery fixed on my 32GB. If I go back is it going to be too late to get my old phone back and repaired? or Is this their mistake and was I supposed to receive a 32GB replacement and will they honor that? Thanks for your input.