Sorry if this issue has been posted in the forums already; I did a search and didn't see it come up, although I can't see how. Anyway, is Apple sh*tting me? I tried to connect my new iPhone 3G to my friends iPhone 3G and they don't connect! I tried to connect it to my GF's Ericson phone, and although one might "see" the other, they don't connect! Am I crazy, or is this the way Apple made it? If so, why would Apple "restrict" Bluetooth to the iPhone headset? What would ANY rational reason be? I sure can't think of one! (I also tried linking my MacBook Pro to my iPhone via BT, and that doesn't work either, although at least I see the logic behind that, ie. iTunes handles that). So now I have a phone that: doesn't let me send an MMS, doesn't allow me to use my own ringtones, doesn't record video, and now (basically) doesn't have Bluetooth (or only allows me to use Bluetooth with an earpiece)? I mean, is that even legal? Can they "lock" BT to a certain limited functionality? I hate to say it, but more and more I am regretting this purchase. I had a phone 5 years ago that did all the above. Now, in this day and age, I can't send an image to my GF's phone with either BT or MMS? I have a large collection of great, custom ringtones I used on my other phones over the years, and now they are worthless? I hate to sound like a whiner, but WTF?