hey guys, I've been reading all of the things everyone here has been trying to do to bypass the $20 fee to get the full functionality of the 1.1.3 update, and a thought occured to me. What we do know is that you can update to 1.1.3 for free, but you get no new functionality or new apps if you do so. By paying $20 dollars, you get the new functionality and new iPhone apps through the update. Restoring the Touch after you have purchased the apps seems to run a check to your itunes account or by some other means, to make sure you have purchased the $20 Update for functionality and apps. I believe the 1.1.3 update already has the functionality built into the firmware, and possibly has the apps built in too. So essentially you are paying $20 dollars to "unlock" these features. We also know that the newly shipped iPod Touches will have the 1.1.3 firmware already on them, with the apps and added functionality. So what happens when one of those new Touches has to restore? It's definitely not going to make the person pay $20, because the apps and functionality are already included, and "unlocked" n that firmware file. What i"m basically tryng to say is, can't we restore our iPod Touches to that specific firmware file?