My question is, can you use the original iPhone without voice or data to: 1. Synch my Outlook calender/Exchange server via Bluetooth/WiFi. 2. Occasionally check email (Gmail and Exchange) via WiFi. 3. Occasionally browse internet via WiFi 4. Use the MP3 player (Move MP3s from computer via bluetooth or Cable). 5. Manage contacts 6. Create To do lists and reminders 7. Play games. Now, you may ask why in the world I would do this. The answer is: My friend is about to purchase an iPhone 3G, and has indicated that he would be willing to give me is old iPhone. Now we are assuming this is possible, and it might not be. But if it is, this would allow me to test out a variety of features on the iPhone without paying anything. If I like it, I could activate it. Currently I use a Palm TX to help manage my life. I use it for a calender, notes, reminders, MP3 player, and to occasionally browse the internet or check email via WiFi. I very much like the calender and tasks feature on the Palm, and it doesnt make calls anyway (I dont actually own a wireless phone). I just need something that beeps to remind me to go to a meeting. I am usually either at my desk at work (with Wifi) or at home (with Wifi). I am considering getting a smartphone, and would like to compare how well the iPhone does these non-phone tasks before I put out money on my own iPhone 3g or before I activate my friends. Thanks, and sorry if this has been asked previously.