Last night I was at the AT&T store looking through all the new phones that are coming out. First I went to the captivate, which had 4 bars as it was resting on the magnetic latch. Almost immediately after I picked it up it went down to 3 bars, and a few seconds after that it was at 1. Then I went to the new Sony phone that's similar to the captivate, and had the same results. What's interesting is that I placed my naked iPhone 4 in the same spot to see if I could make the bars drop and I could only make it go from 4 to 2 bars. This proves to me that the signal issues with the iPhone 4 were blown way out of proportion. This is not meant to bash on the samsung and Sony phones, which are very good phones. The similarity that all these phones have it that they're very thin, and I think as phones get thinner it will be more difficult for companies to provide great antennas in their devices.