So this guy explains about micro-fissures (tiny fractures in the solders) affecting the iphone 3g wifi, and how to go about fixing those by placing the board from your iphone in the oven for 7:30mins at 385º F / 200º C. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1azZWWkmSg I am contemplating doing this, and would like to know just how many of you would actually go ahead and do something like this. I asked the guys at macfixit.com.au (awesome online-store btw), and their response was: Regarding your second question, we have not heard, nor can we endorse such actions with putting Apple products into an oven. Clearly to most people, anyone who wants to put their iPhone into an oven is clearly insane. But apparantly, it's not the much different from the original assembly process. Comments vary on the video from, "Thank you you fixed my wifi how can I ever repay you", to "I did what you said, now my iPhone gets stuck at the apple logo & won't get passed it". Hense my dilemma.