When I get my 3G iPad, something tells me I'll easily hit a couple dozen gigabytes at minimum. I enjoy the touch experience much more than clicking with a mouse. As Steve Jobs said, it's much more intimate. Heck, I use my iPhone for A LOT of my browsing, even when my laptop is beside me just because it's a lot easier to just pick up and interact with. So, it'll basically become my laptop for internet use. This means constant streaming of Slingbox over 3G (much higher resolution than iPhone, and my iPhone uses about 8MB/min streaming Slingbox over 3G), tons of internet browsing, streaming Pandora, downloading iTunes content and just being connected like crazy. How do carriers like AT&T actually offer this for $30/mo when they won't even offer unlimited for $30/mo on an iPhone, let alone a much more full featured device like this? Hey, I'm not complaining, but I'll be using the hell out of this. Rest assured, I'll be getting my $30 worth. I just hope the carriers don't put soft caps (ie: unlimited is actually 5GB, or no more than 250MB/day) because otherwise I may just turn WiFi off. Now if only this did up to 21MBps 3G and my glorious Canadian HSPA+ network could be used to its optimal usage. So is anyone else planning to use the living hell out of their 3G iPad?