I'm very curious as to how many of you, who are bitching left and right about the antenna causing dropped calls, have actually verified that you are in fact losing service (according to the bars) when your call drops. I'm seeing posts here from people saying that they're dropping ~15 calls a day. IF that's the case, and you're still covering the antenna and then coming here to complain about it...****...you're clouding the real issue. I and many others here (who are rational enough to actually test out multiple theories) have noticed that over the past couple of days, 3G service (data and voice) has become almost unusable in a number of fairly populated area's in the US. The interesting part is, this will ABSOLUTELY cause your calls to drop multiple times and has for many of us, even while the phone is in a case, not being touched, and showing full signal strength. The cause of this problem still seems to be unknown, but It seems fairly certain that it's a combination of network issues and the way in which the iPhone 4 is addressing the network (because a 3GS in the same area with same signal wont drop calls or data). I believe this is the real issue for many of you experiencing dropped calls...NOT the antenna problem, so PLEASE, stop clouding these posts with complaints about the antenna. We've now seen what Apple's response is to that, we know how to avoid that problem....if you're actively trying to avoid it and seeing an excessive amount of dropped calls...ITS PROBABLY NOT THE ANTENNA!. For the time being, if you're experiencing this, it seems that switching the phone to Edge seems to work fine. I had no problems using Edge even while my phone consistently dropped calls on 3G and had no data service. Oh, and how do I know this isn't a hardware issue with my phone? Well, I traveled 2.5 hours North of where I live, to visit my parents and my 3G here works perfect (in an area, in fact, where I never had 3G before). I know...cool story, bro.