I'm starting to get really pissed off right now. My first iPhone 3G had the retarded negative black problem so I had to wait 3 days until the Apple store near here got new stock. On Thursday I finally got it replaced for a new one. No negative black, but a stuck pixel and a tiny air bubble in the back. But I didn't care, I was perfectly happy with it, until today. Today i'm using the camera perfectly fine, but then I open the camera and the shutter never opens and i'm thrown back to the home screen. Repeated attempts do nothing, everytime does the same thing. So I think, Ok this is just some stupid 2.0 crap. I'll do a restore when I get home. Get home, do a restore that took like 2 damn hours, walk over to the phone, start the camera, SAME S***. I happen to discover that trying to go to wallpapers under settings, also kicks me back to the home screen everytime. I don't want to wait for new stock at my store AGAIN, I don't want to drive all the way back to apple for the 3RD TIME. I don't want to play the damn iPhone lottery where I get to leave a negative black screen, yellow tint, dead pixels, light leakage, bubbles in the case, defective battery, cracked case, DOA, or messed up software up to chance! Is it possible that an update to 2.0 will be out soon and that it will fix this damn problem, or am I pretty much just screwed either way.