Anyone else think the new connector might suffer from physical instability? Say what you want about the current dock connector, but I don't think anyone can fault it for being flimsy. Every dock, plug adapter, speaker, charger, etc I've owned for every iPhone and several iPods over the years have had a pretty solid connection via the 9 pin connector. I don't see how that will be this case with this little skinny plug. When I dock my iPhone at night, (in a 3rd party dual dock charger shared with my wife's phone, which comes with spacers for different sized phones...my phone has a case) part of what keeps it from falling over is the connector itself. The width of the connection is essentially half the width of the entire phone. This keeps the phone from twisting laterally. This also goes for other plugs and accessories I've used...the connector itself stabilizes the phone. And what about those gooseneck phone holders people have in their cars? Are the newer Lightining ready versions going to hold the phone properly? Are companies going to have to add a platform to support the phone now? How will that work with a variety of cases? Aside from the annoyance of having to ditch and repurchase a bunch of cables, docks, and accessories, I'm not convinced the Lightining connector is a good idea. Sorry to go off topic (iPhone tracking)!