As stated above, I re-did the jailbreak on my touch, using the newest method over the wireless connection, everything went well, loaded a few third party apps. When I tried to SSH/access my touch through CuteFTP (to try and re-instal my Iphone aps), it gave me the following message, something along the lines of....... "Warning...the host identification has changed" then, something about possibly being in a "man in the middle" attack, and that the key has changed.... When I did this procedure during my first jailbreak and iphone app install, it went very smoothly....why is this happening now? The only differences were that this time I had forgotten to "turn on" my SSH switch (installed automatically by JB), it didnt make any diff after I did turn it on and re-tried to access....also, I downloaded "open SSH" from the installer, just incase I misunderstood the purpose of the SSH switch...also, made no diff upon re-attempting..... there is a recent thread below with a very similar theme... . http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=379732 ....but it looks to be dealing with a Mac...Im running a PC (vista) Sometimes, it will offer me the abilty to get in, but under a new host name?..then offer to change my keys??...Im not sure what to do, so I back out of the program..... Please help....how do i get back into my touch using CuteFTP so that I can install the phone apps and rummage around my touch??