Well, I could get a new phone every week at this rate. Waited and waited and waited for the heap of junk (good when it works) 32Gb IPhone 3GS to come out and bought mine on the 19th June in the UK. Great little device but as mentioned on an earlier posting, it kept shutting down on a random basis. The nice manager at the O2 shop replaced it for me today with a brand spanking new one. Only trouble is that this one is faulty as well. It had absolutely no charge in the shop and so I left it charging for several hours before doing anything with it. Behaved very strangely when it came off charge and then died during a restore in ITunes. The funny thing is the screen is all white and I can't turn it off now so it will be interesting to see what the shop make of it when I return it. Bought on PAYG at a stonking £540 and to be honest I would actually expect a better product for that price. I don't buy many gadgets like this so is this the norm? Have Apple rushed a product out to the streets that is fundamentally flawed or have they just got poor quality control? Anyway, I'll get my 3rd IPhone in 5 weeks soon - at least I get to peel the protective films off for a 3rd time and get that consumer satisfaction.