So my silent switch on my iPhone 3G is kinda stiff, and I've heard that stiffness is one possible indicator of a faulty silent switch. Also, the metal cap part kinda jiggles when I thumb it. So far, I've been lucky that nothing has happened with it (like the metal cap falling off), but I'm getting sorta paranoid as time goes by. I got my iPhone 3G way back in July and never realized how much stiffer my switch was until I tried out my friend's iPhone 3G and found his to be smooth and easy to flip. Mine does "click" when I flip it from ringer-to-silent and silent-to-ringer, but every time I flip it, I feel like I'm going to snap it off because it flips over so hard and sharply. To compare, my switch goes like "on-off" really fast and hard, while my friend's is more "onnn-off" and really gradual/smooth. Am I just being too picky about this? I never really had a problem with it until I read about other people's metal switches coming off and trying other people's switches. Would Apple even let me switch out for a new iPhone 3G since nothing (as far as I'm aware) is actually broken?