...is it going to lose something? That obscure object of desire might lose something in the process. I was given a V3 Razr during the first week that they were available in London. It seems like half the people in London have one now, and the V3 definitely lost its sex appeal quickly. Once every other guy on the bus has an iPhone, are people going to find that they really don't want Internet on their phones that much, nor email nor music, and that the iPhone is actually a little big and, besides being buttonless, not actually that beautiful a design? I am really starting to think that the hype around this phone has triggered our desire, but that the marriage won't be as great as we feel now. In our wake, we may find that we are just stuck with a $600 phone and a two year contract with AT&T, a provider that has spotty coverage at best. Just a thought.