call me paranoid but, I think 1.1.4 was a test... they added fixes and made a few further moves to stop jailbreak, while leaving other (bigger, and more obvious) problems unaddressed. I think they did this to see: how quickly the firmware would be jailbroken, how observant & thorough the "hackers" are (by seeing how long it takes for a new method to surface, initial quality, and how long until it becomes fully functional, whether they first tried to run old methods, what fixes they were aware of etc.). I think they wanted to learn how we plan to work our way into the system again, and figure out ways to block any possible way in,find security holes in the SDK itself, and just generally "predict" how the whole situation unfolds. They are just going to observe for awhile, then do an all out lockdown. the release of SDK is the determining factor of the iDevice's success. Either way it goes, Super JB Happy time, or Mega Radical SDK Hour, or maybe a nice even mix, is fine by me, but for apple... the SDK release is a life, or death decision. Expect them to either do everything within theyre power to stop unapproved 1st party apps, or throw in the towel! ?!?And here we are sharing all our info!?!