i.e. iPhone OG still running 1.0.0, iPhone 3G still running 2.0.0, 3GS still running 3.0.0, iPad still running 3.2.0, iPhone 4 still running 4.0.0, etc. Original box would be awesome too. I am having another phase of nostalgia and want to compare each of the devices (or at least all the iPhones) with each of the OSes that they can run. I already have a 4, 4S, and iPad 2 on 5.0.1, an original iPhone that I downgraded from 3.1.3 to 1.1.1, and a 3G running 4.2.1 (I use the term "running" very loosely). So, I only need...a couple dozen more devices? These are so hard to find nowadays I figure I'll have better luck reaching out and asking to see if anybody still has them, rather than combing through listings on eBay or Craigslist. They usually wipe them through iTunes, of course, because the vast majority of buyers will be like "Y U NO UPDATE" An idea for a neat 3-4 minute YouTube video...all five generations, unboxing & booting & comparison of app performance/features, bugs, kind of a "let's see how far we've come" thing. Pointing out stuff that I didn't notice as it slowly changed over time. Now that I look back at one running 1.1.1, I realize just how much has changed within the iPhone, even as much as the iPhone itself changed the game. And I'm not just talking about the ability to run apps. I notice the little things. Animations like unlocking or going to the home screen. Keyboard differences. Even the pinch to zoom was different back then...not as precise or smooth as it became in later versions. Plus, I test a lot (and I mean a LOT) of iPods with stuff that I make, so having these around with older versions would be handy to know how they interact. People are like "hey, I hooked this thing up to that thing and it didn't do the thingamajiggybobber" and I am like "have you hooked your phone up to iTunes and updated it any time in the last 3 years?" and they're like "what's that?". I'm usually like "Yep, there's your problem. Go find a computer and update it", but I want to have the solid answer, like "Yep, there's your problem. The iPhone on 1.1.1 didn't do this, so when this thing does that thingamajiggybobber, the iPhone is like what's that?"