I just thought I'd take the opportunity to rail on my IT manager for the company where I work... For Xmas, my lovely wife gifted me a shiny new iPhone which I've been having a blast with, until I brought it in to work. I wanted to connect it to our wireless AP, which shouldn't be any trouble - Except the WPA key is incredibly long (63 characters) and incredibly random (random full character set... including the backtick). I was partly dismayed to see the iPhone lacked a way to enter the backtick character, see the password I was typing, or a copy/paste to get the WPA key there. So after spending too long trying to key in a password that was literally impossible to fully type, I fired of a friendly email to our IT manager asking if it would be possible to remove the backtick character and replace it with something else, or shorten the password altogether. I think my suggestion was upper/lower alphanumeric only, 32 characters long. Obviously since I'm posting here his answer was "no." His reasons where: 1) It defeats the point of having super-duper high security (i.e., maximum length) 2) It's not his fault the iPhone can't handle a backtick. What a pain.