Oh my God what have I done? AT&T will deliver it on Monday! I tried the iPhone when it first came out but could not cope with the keyboard, but then I only gave it a day or two before I went back to RIM. This time I will allow all the time it takes and know I will adapt. Mainly changing because the 9700 build quality was horrible and after going through three units and still having problems . . . . well I know the Apple's hardware is top rate. I hope I have done my homework and have already installed the latest iTunes and synced my 9700 with OutLook to be ready for the switch over. I have purchased the Apply Dock for charging at night, lack on the 12v car adapter for emergencies. A question or two: I assume that iTunes will handle the switch over. I want to use the SIM that comes with the iPhone. Do I need to call ATT to have them switch service or is that handled in iTunes? I will also be doing the 60 day trial on MobileMe as I have got to have my email quickly to deal with my customers. I then would do the yearly thing as it would be worth every penny to have my emails forwards from AOL quickly rather than fetching every 15-30 minutes. It seems this would save alot of battery life, too. A case. I bought a gel skin/shell to make handling the unit a little better but after using the Blackberry Holster with swivel clip, I know that I am having trouble finding similar. I likely will use the Gel and drop it into one of my Blackberry holsters! At least till I find something else. I want to be able to get to my phone with ease as I handle about 60 emails and calls a day. I hope the battery will cope! Any suggestions out there would be appreciated. I kinda know the Apply interface as I have been using the iTouch for a while now, the 3Gs sounds like a great piece of hardware, just a little scared as I will be using for my company to stay in contact with my customers. My iPhone must work well as a phone and be able to handle email and my schedule. Having a voice recorder is a BIG plus along with a camera. I hear so many iPhone nightmare stories in these forums but realize that the majority of the phones work very well and you hear from the one having trouble more than the ones who's device is working perfectly. Hope I have made the right choice and would be interested in others who have made the switch to help me feel like I have done the right thing.