I really hope the next version of the DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) addresses this. All other cellphones can be unlocked for the "sole purpose of lawfully connecting..." under the DMCA exemptions but why isn't the iPhone subject to this? I'm not talking about jailbreaking for the sake of putting cydia apps on your phone but being able to use the phone with other carrier SIM's if you are traveling. I, personally, am not planning on leaving AT&T and have been a long time customer but I do travel internationally and when the regulation came out, I was able to officially unlock my old BB and use it overseas. Why is AT&T's iPhone exempt from this exemption? I ask because I found out I may be going overseas for a couple of months and want to be able to use my 3GS. The country I'm going to is an officially unlocked carrier but obv. I still can't use my 3GS with their SIM. Please, no flaming. I'm truly trying to understand this. Thanks.