First off, great set of forums! I'm grateful I located this place. Secondly, a quick question for you folks here. I have a first generation iPhone that I synced with iTunes for the 3.0. I purchased a new 3G S on launch day and all is going swimmingly. I did do a complete restore/erase on the older phone thinking I was going to sell it on eBay. At the last moment I decided against it and wanted instead to use it as a sort of ipod/Touch. The only way I could again load apps and music was to take the SIMS card out of my new phone and insert it in the old (iTunes wouldn't allow any action until I did so). I have now downloaded a bunch of music and apps on the old phone, removed the SIMS card and placed it back in my new one. My question: I figure as long as I don't attempt to sync this non-sims phone with iTunes I shouldn't loose anything. In fact, since doing the above I have simply inserted it into an adapter that is plugged in the wall for charging. Am I being too cautious? Can I charge (and, sync) in iTunes without sims card and without loosing any data? I'd hate to try it and then start all over again.