Re: this post from Gruber, I'm fascinated that Gizmodo has had this model for a week. Did they wait for their "source" to put blurrycam shots out first? Did the same source also try to milk Engadget for cash? Engadget had photos first (AFAIK), but everything else came soon afterwards.
I've always been fascinated by the Apple rumor market, mostly about when people were going to start getting serious about it with cash incentives (and someone did last year, only to be shot down by Apple Legal). Now with Gruber suggesting that Apple considers this unit stolen (which I wouldn't put past apple even if it was, in fact, lost), and the road for mischievous deeds leading to Apple leaks has been set.
Things I still want to know: what did the "finder" get from Gizmodo to turn over this 4g iphone? This probably pushed huge amounts of traffic to Giz this morning so what's it worth to them?