I found this in a review on cnet.com: "It was announced yesterday that the G2 stores key components of the OS in read only memory. The purpose is to set itself back to a factory state if any modifications are made to the OS. Since ROM can generally not be changed without hardware surgery, I don't see how the phone can generally be upgraded to a new OS." Is this true? It makes sense logically, but how could they screw us so blindly? Seriously bummed if this is true.