So I hopped on to cnet.com today and read this article talking about the SAR levels and how much is safe and what isn't. http://news.cnet.com/8301-30686_3-20068082-266.html?tag=topStories2 interestingly i saw one of the comments that a user posted saying that in the iphone manual it says it MAY be unsafe when the phone is touching your body and it might EXCEED SAR levels. here is the comment- "I was bothered by this line from the iPhone manual, which basically indicates that in order for the phone to meet the FCC SAR guidelines, it can't touch your body. I don't know too many people who hold the phone away from their heads when they talk. "For body-worn operation, iPhone's SAR measurement may exceed the FCC exposure guidelines if positioned less than 15 millimeters (0.63 inch) from the body." (See page 8 of the manual online: http://manuals.info.apple.com/en/iPhone_Product_Info_Guide.pdf)" what do you guys think? i'm not trying to spread fear, i'm just concerned as much as any other caring human being.