I was at a bar last night with my friends, and one of them has an LG Voyager. I really like the Voyager because in addition to having a large touch screen, it has a keyboard, 3G ability, and a GPS, all things the new iPhone will have, ideally. I know the new iPhone has almost no chance of having a slide out keyboard, but it will have 3G ability, and it has a very good chance of having a GPS, which is honestly the feature I am most excited about. GPS's are even coming out in reasonable priced cameras now for automatic geotagging of pictures, so I don't think it's cost prohibitive to put a GPS in the new iPhone. While playing with the LG Voyage, I touched the VZ Navigation icon because I wanted to see how a GPS on a phone worked/looked only to be prompted with a, this service has expired screen. I asked my friend, and he said Verizon charges $9.99 a month, or $2.99 a day for use of the GPS. I was very disappointed to find that out, because it made me think that if the new iPhone has a GPS, it might not be free. Now, I know the actual use of the GPS satellites is free, you just need an actual GPS receiver. Many GPS devices with receivers, such as the TomTom and Garmin units, just have the maps and a turn by turn direction program, but the use of the GPS itself is free, there are no monthly charges. The only services with monthly fees that I am aware of are the ones with live/updated traffic information and features like that. If Apple includes a GPS in the new iPhone, the use of the GPS itself should be free in my opinion. Basically you should be able to use Google Maps, and there should be a dot on the map that shows the location of your iPhone. The dot should move on the map as your iPhone moves, say as you are driving. If you plot driving directions, Google Maps will show you the way, and your dot moves on the map as you drive, but if you miss a turn it shouldnt prompt you that you missed the turn, the dot should just show where you are, plain and simple. That feature should be free. If they want to make extra money on the GPS feature, there should be an optional fee to get extras such as live/updated traffic information and possibly turn by turn directions. If they totally disable the GPS feature unless you are paying a monthly fee like the Voyager, I would be very upset. I could buy a separate GPS device now that doesnt require a monthly fee, but the whole point is to have as much as you can in one device. If the iPhone comes out in a 32GB, with 3G, and at least a practically functional GPS like I described above (the free version), then that cuts three devices down to one in most instances. If they offer a GPS, what is your opinion on how it is offered?