200 SMS. that's ridiculous! if you want unlimited text messages, you've got to pay an extra 40 dollars! (EDIT: it's 20 extra for unlimited, i've been corrected, still expensive though!) that is seriously the only thing that has stopped me from converting over. right now i'm with T-Mobile using a Sidekick LX (great phone, albeit outdated tech specs. so i guess the verdict is GREAT OS, BAD HARDWARE) paying $60 a month, this includes- 600 minutes unlimited nights and weekends unlimited data (including a personalized e-mail address) unlimited texts/picture messaging. now, i'm not trying to brag or sound like some iphone hater either. i LOVE that phone, and i love the address syncing with your mac and blahblahblah. but only 200 SMS included in the plan? that's terrible! we're not in 2002 anymore! which brings me to my next thought- with all the speculation that the iPhone having a great subsidized rate when you get a contract, it makes me curious if rates will change at all to include umlimited SMS. what do you guys think? well. maybe it's a stupid question since any folks that DO text are already paying 20~40$ extra already, and AT&T is unlikely to close out on those profits. on the other hand, if Apple wanted to have a bigger mobile market share (which i think they do, judging by this rumored pretty-freaking-cheap subsidized rates) adding unlimited SMS to the normal plan could really snag more folks like me. BOTTOM LINE: i'm a poor fella who is wishing for a revised iPhone plan. wishings free, right?