All right then, as long as you're aware of it.
T-Mobile is currently implementing NAT64 for their subscribers. It's possible, though, that they'll filter IPv4 literals out and replace them with synthesized IPv6 ones.
EDIT: I have checked with someone who already has T-Mobile with NAT64, and this website doesn't even load in a timely manner. The HTTP requests for images are timing out because his host doesn't even have an IPv4 address to begin with. It's just that mine's smart enough to immediately fail.
Last edited by wswartzendruber; 01-06-2012 at 04:32 PM.
Reason: Addition of details