Well yesterday I took the plunge and bought an iPhone! I signed up for a 24 month contract and told the guy that I would rather bring the iPhone home to unlock it. When I got home I eagerly opened up the box to look at my brand new beautiful gadget. I noticed that there were already some fingerprints on the screen, which I thought was a bit odd considering it was supposed to be brand new. When I opened up the sim slot I found an AT&T sim card inside. This was strange because I am from Australia and I am signed up to Optus. Anyway the bloody thing wouldn't recognise the sim card that Optus gave me. I took it back to them telling them that they had obviously given me a phone that was faulty to start with and had been returned. Now they are sending the phone back to their repair shop and I won't have it back until at least next Wednesday. Does anyone think it is strange that Optus sold an obviously faulty iPhone from America, yet the phone had the Australian charger? I was wondering whether anyone else could know how this could happen? Surely this suggests some sort of mistake along the supply line. Sorry... long post but I think it is a weird story. Any thoughts?