Macenstein: "Iíve never been a fan of how user-friendly the iPhoneís OS is. Sure, itís OK, but itís always bothered me that I did not need a USB client, computer and keyboard hooked to it to display a text-navigated kernel, and instead I was forced to use that beautiful graphical interface and intuitive touch screen to navigate my visually stunning and well-designed apps and games." - Once again we have a case of "Pig on Lipstick." While I don't see the lure a lot of geeks do, they do it simply because they can, not because it's useful. Let them play. It's not a real solution and I doubt it ever will be, like most Linux releases it for the geeks, not for real people.