Ok, so I know people are having issues with maps, and I'm not trying to convince anyone there aren't issues. But I'm actually loving the new maps! I've been using it all weekend for navigation in the car and it hasn't steered me wrong yet. I also haven't had any Siri problems or any other issues yet with my iPhone 5. I know the media always has to latch on to something every time a new Apple product is released (Antennagate, Batterygate, Heatgate, etc.), but I really get sick of it. For me, it's almost like Apple launches are stressful, because I always worry what the next made up scandal is going to be. Again, not trying to say Apple Maps are as good as Google's or anything like that--they're not at all. Just saying, at least in the Chicago area, they're really not THAT bad. Also, is everyone forgetting that Google Maps had no audio turn by turn? Let's get real here, how many of us had secondary GPS apps for "real" turn by turn directions with audio in iOS 5? I did and still do in iOS 6. I use MotionX and always chose that over Google Maps because I didn't have to stare at my phone screen or have someone read me the directions while I was driving. It read them to me like my old Tom Tom used to. And just today, my brother, who does not read tech news at all, randomly called to tell me how much he loves the new navi on his 4S after doing "some update" that came out the other day. So I have to wonder--in normal everyday real life, are the maps really that bad, or are we just latching on to news stories?