I Thought we should just get some information out there for all jailbreakers regarding The upcoming 1.1.3 update. So firstly, when 1.1.3 eventually comes up and is available for download you can gladly download it. Just DO NOT install it. No one knows how 1.1.3 will act on the iPod Touch (you may brick your device, and no one would like that). We should just hold tight until a similar solution such as Oktoprep (A solution devised to upgrade a 1.1.1 jailbroken iPod/iPhone to 1.1.2 since 1.1.2 could not be jailbroken directly) comes out to safely upgrade to 1.1.3 with your 1.1.2 jailbroken iPod Touch. If you really want 1.1.3 the solution is to restore your iPod with the 1.1.1 or 1.1.2 iPod Touch Firmware update and then install the 1.1.3 update. Restoring your iPod will make it lose all its content but then again, you will have the 1.1.3 update and possibly legitimate installable apps. Apple is releasing an SDK (Software Development Kit) in February which will allow ordinary people to code applications for teh iPhone/iPod Touch which will possibly end the usefulness of the jailbreak project. If you do upgrade to 1.1.3 you WILL NOT be able to downgrade as apple is trying to discourage unlocking of iPhones (they don't really care about jailbreaking), this is not to say that it won't be possible somewhere down teh line for someone to possibly figure out a way to jailbreak 1.1.3 . In my personal opinion I feel that It would be best to stick with 1.1.2 jailbroken and see how the 3rd party applications market turns out. If it's good (and free) I'll jump on, if not then I'll hope that jailbreak remains useful and doesn't get destroyed due to a lack of interest. So in short: Do not install 1.1.3 on a jailbroken iPod Touch If you want to install 1.1.3 restore your iPod If you install 1.1.3 you can't go back Don't forget about the 3rd party apps and SDK Anything I missed? This may want to be stickied.