Here are some pictures of my newly converted white iPhone 4. The guys over at http://ifixyouri.com hooked me up (because of my website, YouTube channel, podcast, etc). But, it turns out that these parts are NOT OEM. The inside of the back glass looks nothing like the OEM version. There is also a lot of glue/residue near the bottom of the front glass (which is why my screen shield is bubbling down there). A representative from iFixYourI says that it came from the little screen cover that they had on the phone when they shipped it back to me. Oh well. Either way, I'm satisfied. OH YEAH! They didn't give me back me black parts. I'm going to see if they can send those over, or I'll really be pissed. Other than that, it looks just like a legit white iPhone 4. Unless you know what the real parts look like on the inside, you won't be able to tell the difference (I think...). Thoughts? Comments? I didn't pay a dime to get this service done, so it's sort of a good thing... I just want my black parts back, and then I'll be happy. EDIT: In the pictures, it may look as if the phone has a yellowish tint. That's just from the pictures. It looks creamy white in real life.