Hi everyone, This is my first post and I would like to bring up an interesting point. Firstly, would like to make two things clear from the beginning: I LOVE my iPod touch (jailbroken at 1.1.2) and I am in absolute awe at the people that made this possible. HOWEVER I believe it is because of this that we are outraged at the £12/$20 charge for the iPhone apps (which we should have got for free). Think about it: We have had for so long a standard of "hmm that app looks fun" *install* without thinking about cost. We have been living in an age of freeware where we just launched installer.app and we saw a list of the hardwork of hundreds, if not thousands, of individuals all available at the touch of a finger. It is because of this that we are shocked that Apple are charging us for software most of us already have. What Apple are introducing is alien to us but imagine if that tiff exploit had never existed or any of the other techniques to jailbreak the iPod and iPhone. How many of us would jump at the chance to get those apps, rather than sit on a forum and complain about how Apple are monopolising fascists that only want cash? It's true that I think its unfair we should pay this much, but I am used to living in the "free era", like most iPod/iPhone owners. Is is not possible for when the SDK is released for the AppTapp installer to be rewritten for it and made legal? I hope it does, for then we would be able to metaphorically have our cake and eat it (even if it is a lie). In the future, I hope to eventually be able to hit installer on my springboard and have the list load up AND be safe in the knowledge that my iPod is still fully within the licence agreement. Thanks for reading, Meikura.