This is my second thread to this effect. A few weeks ago, I complained of constant crashing of many key programs, mostly the Safari, iPod and Maps applications. Forum members suggested restoring iPhone software. I did so, and the problem was fixed temporarily. However, it seems that the crashing has become more and more frequent as time goes by. About once a week, I restart my phone, hoping it will help. It doesn't really have any effect anymore. Over the past week, the problems I've been having have been persistent and are listed below: 1. Safari quitting after a few clicks around the web. Some sites that are notable for crashes include weather.com, posting on facebook.com, and even some of the complex pages on apple.com, such as .../iphone. 2. iPod and Safari running at the same time seems to double the chance of a crash of either application 3. Google Maps crashes after an average of two minutes of use, and forgets where I was. (i.e. if I open up Google maps and I'm at NYC for example, navigate to L.A., it crashes, then opens back up in NYC). It's very annoying when I'm getting directions. 4. Surprisingly enough, iPod actually has crashed simply playing music, although this happening is rare. However, coverflow is a different story. It seems to only be able to handle about two minutes of coverflow use. 5. YouTube tends to crash after an average of 10 minutes of use. My iPhone only has about 100MB of free space, so maybe the fact that it's so packed with data causes some of the crashes? I have 140 contacts (which is think is a little below average. All contacts have photos), about 1000 songs (mostly encoded in 196kbps, all with around 600x600 pixel cover art), 7 videos (320x240 .h264), 540 photos, and no stored email. So my questions is: should I return my iPhone for a new one? There's no Apple Store around me, so would an AT&T store be able/willing to just swap me phones? Overall, I am happy with my phone. The things that it can do just amaze me. But I feel that I should be getting a more..well..stable experience after spending $600 on the device.