*Before I get into my reasoning for asking this, let me say that I'm asking for comments and opinions based on technology alone - NOT the coverage, or anything else relating to each company and how they serve their customers... or not serve their customers, however you see it.* I'm not so sure I'd be interested in a CDMA iPhone if Verizon were to offer it. I don't want to say CDMA is "old" technology, because it's being built on just as much as GSM is, but I feel it has limited functionality in the sense that it is limited to North America. What if I end up somewhere not on this continent? GSM is pretty much a worldwide standard, with the exception of a few markets (ie - parts of Asia use CDMA 2000). It's probably safe to say that even Canada will be eventually turning off their CDMA transmitters on their towers (and by eventually, I do mean years from now, but still), as the two large CDMA providers went to GSM last year before the Olympics. I want some opinions from some techies here. GSM iPhone vs. CDMA iPhone. If both were on the market, carriers aside, what would you choose?