Okay, now I understand that many people are getting fed up with people asking similar questions as new threads, and that many times the same question gets asked over and over again - lately over that iPhone thing... But what makes me roll my eyes is when people respond to a thread saying "that's already been asked a million times." I dunno, but I find responding like that to be a little rude. Especially when they also say "no offense!" Of course you mean to be offensive! What's makes my eyes roll even more is when that same person who responds like that ALSO answers the person's question! I think then I should respond to the answer with "hey, you should check the forums, someone has already answered that question a million times. Maybe you should search the forums before you answer." I think the best and most polite response would be to just point the person in the right direction. It would really take just about the same amount of time as replying normally. Maybe they are new, and didn't think to search. Maybe there are just too many (3,000,000?) posts to browse through. Or maybe the thread is 20 pages long and the person doesn't have the stamina to read through the whole thing for the answer to his/her question. What I'm thinking is that we're all Mac users, or we wouldn't be here. We should support each other and play nice. There really aren't that many of us out there, so we are all members of the Apple Brotherhood...(corny, I know, but isn't there something to that?) Have you seen comments made by users on YouTube videos? Man, those guys are really nasty to each other - let's not be like that.