Due to a great degree of discontent, and given the irreversibility of the switch to iOS6 on iPad2, do you expect non-jailbroken iPad2/iPhone 3GS/4/4S to increase in value over the short-term, from demand from users hoping to return their device to its former functionality? Think not only about the thousands on MacRumors, but also the tens of millions who may prefer comfortability with feature set to being on the bleeding edge of operating system updates. I don't expect them to become beanie babies a la 1992, but when my girlfriend almost accepted the iOS6 update on my studio iPad, crippling hundreds of dollars of music production software unusable or unstable on iOS6 at present, my first thought was: "oh man, I'm going to need to find someone on Craigslist who hasn't updated their iPad yet [even if I have to pay a premium for it]". It would be kinda funny if it was Apple's own planned obsolescence strategy that led to the development of a hot secondary market for legacy devices that such strategy was designed to prevent. Thoughts?