Previously, I believe you could get a low end iPod Touch for $180. Now, Apple wants you to pay effectively $50 more. For what? A screen that's slightly more visible? Cameras that likely cost them no more than two dollars? The ability to place Skype calls (Which the original iPod Touch already had)? What exactly is justifying this price hike (and yes, it is a hike for such a low amount of storage which isn't expandable)? I see posts from people talking about how "Great" the price is. It isn't. Not when you compare it to the original iPod Touch and certainly not when you compare it to the Zune (I know, less functionality, but still. For those who want to play MUSIC and MOVIES, the iPod Touch is a ripoff now). It's like they're giving non-AT&T customers a chance to own the next best thing to an iPhone...but then why not drop its price? It has no 3G, has no GPS, has a lesser version of the display, and is basically reused components from the previous year. And then look at the other devices: Apple TV - Was $250, now $100 with MORE functionality iMacs - used to be crazy expensive, now they're no less so than most other PCs with comparable specs and screen MacBook Pro - a shadow of the price compared to the PowerBook era iPad 16GB WiFi - quite reasonably priced for what it does old iPod Nano - $130 or something? Quite reasonable for that level of engineering I'm not hating on it - I seriously want an answer. What is justifying the increase in price? Because I just don't get it.