OK... So my iPod Touch 2G 8GB (3.1.2 firmware) broke the other day (don't spray Windex directly on the device screen btw). I've tried repairing it by opening it up and keeping it in a bowl of rice to no avail. So I'm now in the market for a new iPod Touch. Unfortunately, Apple has the lame 3.1.3 software out on all of their new devices now to eliminate JB-ing. If I were to buy a brand new device with 3.1.3 software, would I be able to successfully downgrade to 3.1.2 and JB? I've read on the internet that you can no longer do this because "Apple is not signing 3.1.2 firmware anymore." Another option for me is to buy a device off of eBay in New or Used condition with the 3.1.2 firmware already on it. If Apple is no longer signing 3.1.2 firmware, could this option still work for me? Finally, if both of those options fail it is possible that I MIGHT have a back-up stored in Rock, but I don't know a lot about Rock's back-up system. What exactly does it back-up (besides a list of downloaded apps)? How can I know if I do have a back-up? Thanks. I can add more details, just ask. I appreciate any help I can get! EDIT: OK. Well I was just thinking, "How are you going to access Rock without JBing first?" lol. Would there be a way to access a Rock back-up without JBing? Or would I even need to? I'm thinking now it must be just a back-up of apps and settings. But feel free to correct me! As far as KEYS go... I might have some on the computer I'm on right now as I used my iPod on it occasionally, but the computer I used my iPod with most often and also JBed on is not available to me as my Hard Disk Drive failed, taking much data with it.