I think I now know what IT is going to be. It compliments and uses ".mac" and "sherlock" WITHOUT being a digital camera OR a PDA OR a cell phone. It uses InkWell technology. It has a large-ish color screen. It uses bluetooth technology. It adds to the 'digital lifestyle' concept. Drum-roll please... The device (that is slightly larger than an iPod) functions sort of like an e-book (and an e-book is one of its many functions) - you can subscribe to a service and download newspapers and magazines from the web (perhaps through .mac) and you can view them on the color display. You can even cut and paste news images or articles that you like into a favorites folder using the stylus. You can also check e-mail and browse the web from it (it connects wirelessly through your cell phone or may have it's own 'cellular' facilites). You can use iCal on it and you can change and input dates and appointments through the touchscreen with a stylus. You can then go home or to the office and iSync your calendar and addressbook with your computer. It will also function as a music player - and you can use a streaming web-radio service available like the magazine/newspaper daily download subscription. Accessing sherlock and .mac can help you find your way if you get lost with map facilities and restaurant guides and movie listings. So that's it (or pretty close to what it's going to be). The iPod changed the way people listened to music - no more CDs or bulky players - and this new device will change the way people read newspapers and magazines and use the web on the go.