Hi all, I have some questions and I would appreciate your opinions and advice! So I am a current AT&T iPhone 3G customer and would like to upgrade to the iPhone 4G. The problem is, I may be moving to South Korea (fingers crossed I get the job) in the fall. My questions are: 1) If I get the iPhone 4G now, do you think I would be able to get out of the ETF by showing documentation that I am leaving the country? As far as I know, I won't be able to get service in Korea due to the iPhone not being able to lock onto any of their strictly controlled phone networks. 2) If it does work, will I need to jailbreak my iPhone in Korea to use all the (non-phone) features? 3) All the features minus phone and text should work on Wi-fi, right? So I would have a glorified iPod Touch but with the front-facing camera, ability to surf the net, send e-mails, and Skype - as long as it's on a Wi-fi network? So I should still be able to use it, right? I would definitely appreciate any insights you could give me on these questions. I missed the pre-order so I still have a few days to decide if I'm going to upgrade when 4G comes out. If I do move to Korea, I won't be able to get a Korea iPhone there because I would need to be a Korean and have a Korean credit card, most likely, to sign up. So to get an iPhone 4G, I'd have to get it here in the US. What do you think? Thanks much! -B.E.G.