Much has been made of the international rollout of the Touch- Steve even had a slide saying as much at the keynote. My question: Seeing as space is at such a premium, could the concept of the (excellent) program Monolingual be valid for the Touch/iPhone as well? Monolingual goes through your entire (Mac) system and pares away the extraneous language files (.lproj packages) for languages other than English. These files allow programs to display dialogs, menus, help files, splash screens etc in non-English languages. Running monolingual on a stock Mac saves nearly 2Gb of wasted space, assuming you rarely want your programs to speak Japanese or Italian. Just wondering if anyone has thought about the same thing for iPhone/Touch. Presumably the device would need to be suitably jailbroken first. Can anyone give us a heads up? Thanks.