Hi everyone, I'm going to tell you about my switch from the iPod touch to the iPhone and why I did it! Okay, so it's January 2007--and I hear that Apple would be making an "iPhone". Being me, I thought it was just crazy Apple fanboys getting too excited over the idea of a phone from Apple.....BAM. What do ya know, the iPhone is announced. I looked at pics of it in the glass enclosure with awe, and then I notice that it's surrounded by Apple fanboys that were creaming their pants.....finally, I saw the price. "No thank you, Apple." I thought. September 5th: A touchscreen iPod based off the iPhone, YES!!! 300 dollars, YES!!! So, in the middle of November I snatched one up at Circuit City. I was so happy--I loved it. Then a very sad thing happend to me, I carelessly left it in my gym locker(someone looked at my locker combination while I was dialing it in), and it was stolen along with my RAZR V3XX. I searched everyone(yes, people) for it. Two days later, the iPod mysteriously showed up in my locker. I set a passcode lock, so I bet they weren't too happy with that. I never really used it that much after that. I noticed that I had the negative black issue, and in January, I was ticked off about the app upgrade. March: After having a fun time at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, I stop by the La Cantera Apple Store. The first thing I walked to was the iPhones. My brain exploded. I NEED AN IPHONE. As soon as I get home I start loking for deals on used/refurb iPhones...they're all retail price(why even the used ones?). So I quit the search and 3 days later I see something in my RSS reader: Cheapo Refurbished iPhones for sale online from AT&T I ordered it right away, and sold the iPod for $270 with two cases. The switch: Coming from the iPod touch: the iPhone was pretty easy to get used to(with the exception of music and video being replaced by the iPod app). I love texting compared to the Samsung Sync I used to have. But what I really love to do is use Seeqpod over EDGE: any song, anywhere, anytime. I will never go back to a regular cell phone again. I am going to buy a second generation iPhone in the future.