Normally, I'd say that TechCrunch's Michael Arrington's public quitting of the iPhone was a shrill, disingenuous ploy for attention and pageviews. But you know what? It's totally legit, and Apple should pay attention.
The reason he's quitting isn't because of AT&Ts horrible network, which everyone with an iPhone has been begrudgingly putting up with for two years now. No, it's the Google Voice debacle.
He really wants to use Google Voice, but in order to do so, he needs the app for it to really work. It's not just an inconvenience; it's seriously detracting from how he can use his cellphone. And with legit GV apps available for both BlackBerry and Android, he doesn't have to. So he's terminating his iPhone contract.