Long time lurker, first time poster... Macintosh lifer back to our first Mac Plus in the mid 80's. Anyway, I'm a guy who has been surrounded by people with 1G and 2G Touches for 1-2 years now and I've been avoiding buying one due to capacity limitations. I'm a bit of an audiophile and my music library (mostly live) is over 90 GB. I've been waiting for the 64 GB to jump into the Touch world. So like many others I've been reading (and getting psyched about) all the rumors surrounding the possibility of still/video camera, and GPS. But honestly, the lack of either doesn't change my opinion at all. This is the way I see it: - Apple doubled the capacity and increased processing speed by upwards of 50% - The camera that wasn't included would have been a crap camera anyway... even if I took photos or video with it, they would suck in quality and I'd wish I used my digital cameras in the first place - GPS would have been nice for the apps it would open the device up to, but really not a big deal... I've already got a Garmin for my vehicle. So in summary, Apple doubles the capacity and makes the device much faster (not to mention with guts that could allow them to enable wireless N and FM transmitting in the future) and keeps the price point the same, and people complain about not having a crappy camera included. I just don't get it... I'll be off next week to grab my 64 GB (when they are in at Costco) and won't look back.