I got a launch 3GS and have been having the following issues: wifi signal is unstable (common 3.0 thing), rattling in the camera are (people say it's just how the new camera is), and there is a low constant buzzing from my ear piece speaker. Do you think they will say "these are just minor problems or problems that don't effect the device or just that's just how they are or some crap and not give me a replacement? Update So i went to the mall where my genius bar appointment is and the mall didnt look that full. I went into the Apple store and it was packed. I looked for the Apple employee in the orange shirt to check in and was told to wait until they called my name. I looked at the Apple Macbook Pros and they are nice! I did a field test on one of their iPhones and noticed that mine was about a -30 db difference. So its my turn and i tell the Apple Genius that my iPhone is having wifi problems, a buzzing sound and he stops me to show him the buzzing sound. He cant hear the sound (probably because of the billion people in the store) and i told him its noticable when its silent/not loud. he takes it in the back to check it out and so i wait. After awhile the Apple genius comes outta the back and is holding my iPhone and a new one. He tells me that hes going the exchange it. He does some stuff and i sign a paper and im pretty much done. I ask him if its new and he tells me that there all brand new. He then puts my iPhone in as small white box and i left. They have good customer service, one of the perks of owning and Apple product. On another note, there were a lot of clueless customers that wanted to buy Macbooks, etc. One of the Apple geniuses was telling a customer that all of the Macbook Pros have a better GPU than the Macbooks (which is false). The customer ended up buying the higher priced Macbook. Quick Question For those of you who did iPhone returns did they just replace the iPhone or give you a whole new package?