I have an iPad and was happily using freetether with my Palm Pre on Sprint. It was recently replaced for me with an HTC EVO, which I thought was great, until I realized that Gingerbread 2.3.3, which the EVO came with, cannot be rooted on the Shift. In fact, the Shift has, for whatever reason, proven to be a VERY difficult phone to root (not sure why one would be harder than any other). All I want is to do WiFi tethering on the road, without it costing me $30 a month just to do basic email/internet (I don't stream audio or video or download movies etc.), I don't always/often have the convenience of a WiFi hotspot. I know there is a program called Pdanet, that puts an app on the Android device, and one on a PC, allowing for un-rooted, free WiFi tethering. But, this does not work with the iPad. Is there anything for the iPad that allows this for either WiFi or BlueTooth? I have no other need to be rooted, and I don't expect to be able to root any time soon. At this rate, Sprint will have the iPhone and I can just switch and jailbreak it. But, in the mean time, my iPad usage is crippled. Thanks!