I queued patiently for hours today at the Trafford Centre store in Manchester UK and happily walked away with a 64GB grey iPhone. What disheartened me the most was 60% of the people in the queue were not genuine customers, just scammers out to make fast buck on eBay and the likes. In my part of the queue I was surrounded by 50 or more non-english speaking asians and it was very apparent that they were not potential iPhone 5 customers (not a racist attack, just an observation). They seemed to know lots of people in the queue and trust me it was a VERY long queue - maybe 1000+ When I finally purchased my phone the Apple guy said to me that I was only the second genuine customer he has served all day. As I left the shopping centre they are all amassed in the car park, loading up a van before re-joining the queue again! It makes my blood boil that these scammers prevent genuine customers from purchasing a device at the correct price. Nobody wins, only the scammers. There must be something we can do to stop this. The 2 phone purchase limit is not doing it. A quick shout out to all the Apple sales guys who don't get any preferential treatment when making their purchases. They have to wait in line on their days off just like the rest of us. Commiserations to all you guys who waited patiently and left with nothing. I guess you can pick one up on eBay for £1,500!