This past weekend I had an unfortunate incident at work where a drunk customer decided to reach over my bar, grab my iphone and slammed it on the bar top until it cracked open. Out of this entire situation, I was more upset of the fact that all new iphones were now being shipped with the latest firmware and I would lose all of my Cydia apps and settings. On a personal note, I have to admit that the stock iphone is really not that interesting after being spoiled with a jailbroken unit. I guess I'll have to wait along with the rest of us until the iPhone Dev Team come out with the latest release. To get back to topic, this was not the first time I JB'd my phone. I tried it for the first time almost a year ago and I didn't have the best experience but when I did, a lot of quirks crossed over after I restored it to the original software. Four months ago I had a change of heart and decided to give jailbreaking another chance. I fell in love again and had no problems whatsoever until the inevitable happened. Yesterday I bought a new 16GB 3GS and after a clean restore, I realized that it happened again. I noticed that even though the 3GS has a numerical battery indicator option, mine was still displaying while the option was turned off. (screen caps below) This is still on from my batter indicator app from Cydia. Next was my WiFi numerical indicator tweak off of Cydia but yet it has crossed over. And finally, my AT&T logo tweak is a little alien head. How can this happen? The first time I JB'd, it took a little over three weeks to kind of "wear off" on its own. Does anybody have any ideas?