Hi again, I'm UK based and I was given some great advice here a year or so back when I picked up one of the cheap £169 8GB 2G iPhones from O2 just before the 3G version was released. I unlocked and jailbroke it so I could use my existing O2 PAYG sim rather than activing it through iTunes and all has been well since, although, to be honest, I don't use the jailbroken stuff much. Maybe I'm missing the good stuff? I'm on hacked firmware 2.2 - it's been a while since I updated it. Anyway... What I'm wondering is, if I update the firmware to the current official one, will I be able to officially/genuinely activate it to use my current O2 PAYG sim. I had heard you can use the old 2G iPhones on PAYG now. Is that right and if so how do I do that? I no longer (I think) have the O2 sim that came with the iPhone btw. The reason I want to do this, rather than upgrade my hacked firmware like I already have done once, is that I have damaged the screen and would like to take it to an Apple store and see if they will repair or replace. Obviously if I showed them a hacked iPhone they would probably be unhelpful to say the least. Ideally, I'd like to be offered an upgrade to 3G, but am just interested to see what they say. Any advice gratefully recieved.