It is getting kind of ridiculous with the number of older iOS devices I have. Currently, I have an iP4 but it is not my phone...just using the iPad's 3g simm. I use this ALONG with a Sprint Palm Centro. But, I hope to consolidate devices when the iP4s arrives next week. So, I will have a iP4 that is on 4.2.1 that has served me VERY well as a internet camera phone (I am a photographer) enjoying immensely the geotagging, ProHDR, and Pano shooting and immediate uploading from the iP4 right along with my DSLRs, etc. But I am trying to decide what to do with the iP4. I paid a bundle for it (like $450 I think) in December. It has value, but should I sell it? Looking at prices on Ebay, looks like mint condition nets $325-$350 (still amazes me how people advertise BROKEN screens as "otherwise working perfect"...makes me think of the Budlight commercial with a hitchhiker with a chainsaw). But I also have an older original iPhone that I bought as an alternative to buying an iPod with out a camera. it currently is my clock radio alarm clock. but I also have an iPad. My wife has an iPad and also a original iPhone for a clock radio with camera and an iTouch 4. And, she wants an iP4s as soon as she can upgrade off of her non-smart cell phone. Maybe iP5 will be out by then and I can swap them. Anyway, I am getting a wee bit overwhelmed for sure. Anybody have any suggestions? What are you doing with your olde devices these days? Seems like selling the iP4 makes the most sense because the value of the original iP is pretty low. But, it would be nice to keep the iP4 in service as a mini computer and replace the bedside older original iP that is pretty slow these days. Thoughts??? Thanks!