So I've been contemplating my decision to buy the 32GB iPad 3G. While I'm sold on wanting the 3G feature, I'm a little unsure if the 32GB is going to be sufficient for me. I have a large library of music, and the playlist that I like to have access to at all times takes up about 21GB, which doesn't leave much room for movies and books (which I'm now very likely to want to have on my iPad with that nice big screen), let alone all my apps. Until recently, I was not concerned about the memory capacity limitations. However, with the recent news of Simplify Media no longer offering service, it's made memory capacity much more important for me. It's also uncertain that Air Video Server will work with the iPad, although I'm speculating that it will. What are the chances that someone will develop an app to replace Simplify Media? I read all the rumors about Apple starting their owning streaming service, or cloud. My problem with that is that I don't want to pay a subscription to access music that I've already bought. There are already sites out there that offer this service. Simplify Media was great because it was a FREE desktop client server. To me, it seems likely that the 64GB version would also have a greater resale potential when the 2nd Gen iPad is released. Apple is surely to increase the memory capacity and 16 or 32 GB versions are going to look a little inferior, just like the 8GB iPod touches are. So what do you all think? Is it worth the extra $100 to upgrade to 64GB?