So it is the thing to do these days. Posting one's impressions of the iPhone.
Oddly in explaining why he is not getting one now Adam Engst sums up much of my joy over the phone:
The cost becomes especially steep here in upstate New York, where cell service is fairly spotty. I'm sure the iPhone would get fine reception in downtown Ithaca and at Cornell, but all bets are off once you go more than a few miles out of town. Poor reception promotes a feedback cycle - if you can't rely on having access wherever you are, you stop thinking about using the cell phone unless it's absolutely necessary.