Just a funny story I thought I'd share, and wanted to see if anyone else had noticed this or can replicate it. I went to a local electronics store yesterday to play with the Macs and iPods, and noticed a shiny new iPod touch just waiting for me to get my fingerprints all over it. I went to pick it up and it asked me to "slide to unlock". No big deal, right? Well, after I did that a number pad popped up and it asked me to enter a 4 digit PIN to unlock it. Apparently someone had decided to maliciously lock the iPod touch so nobody else can use it, so good luck to the electronics store taking that off. ANYWAYS, the point of this rambling is that after trying to randomly guess the 4 digit PIN a few times the number pad disappeared and it displayed this error message: "This iPhone is now locked. Please try again in 1 minute." Umm...last I checked it was an iPod touch. Had 16GB on the back. Is it normal for Apple's new products to have such an identity crisis? If anyone out there has a touch, have you ever seen this before? If not, try enabling the password and then inputting the wrong one a few times in a row to see if it gives you the same iPhone error. Don't worry - it'll only keep you from getting in for a minute then you can put the correct PIN in and unlock it. Just thought that was funny. Looking forward to seeing if anyone else can replicate. Thanks!