http://events.apple.com.edgesuite.net/100716iab73asc/event/index.html low bw:http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/100716iab73asc/100716wiuhvbaealjhvb_220_ref.mov medium bw: http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/100716iab73asc/100716wiuhvbaealjhvb_350_ref.mov high bw: http://stream.qtv.apple.com/events/jul/100716iab73asc/100716wiuhvbaealjhvb_650_ref.mov That free bumper idea from Apple probably will be slightly more popular than that free oil giveway BP is doing at the moment. Still, a big international company telling me that they love me - come on that is just ridiculous. I also liked how he carefully selected which statistical data to present. For example, he only showed the number of people that called AppleCare while he said nothing about the number of people that complained directly in the AppleStore. Also, he compared the percentage of dropped calls of the iPhone 4 from today with the percentage of dropped calls of the iPhone 3GS from one year ago when the 3GS came out. This probably skews the numbers in favor of the iPhone 4 since the cellular network most likely improved over this one year period.