It's official, I'm sick of Apple's obsession for thinness. It's nice to have thin products to a certain extent, but there is a time when too much is too much, and that time is here. I have a second generation Touch, and I find it to be too thin. I need to have it in a case otherwise it's too uncomfortable to hold. Now Apple has made it even thinner. I just don't like it. I don't have the patience to get detailed on this right now, I'm just sick of it. The Touch's thinness clearly compromised the quality of the camera included in it, and it also compromised the screen to an extent (no IPS). The Touch is now 1.3 mm thinner than the previous generation. The difference is almost unnoticeable, so they should have added 1.3 mm to it instead - maybe then we could have gotten a camera with a megapixel count that isn't a decimal. I would gladly buy a Touch as thick as the iPhone, so I just wish Apple would stop making it smaller. It's nice to have thin devices, but it gets to a point where thinness reaches its limitations. Apple has arrived at this point in my opinion. I don't see how they can possibly improve the Touch much more in the future without making it thicker. If Apple increased the thickness by 1mm, no one would care. It would be a minor detail in a news story. People would not pick up the device and think its fat. Thinness was important for a while. Apple let you hold more and more songs in a less and less clunky device. But now, we're just at a point where we don't need it any thinner. I hope next year the Touch gets bigger. I know it won't, but it should. Make it bigger, stuff in a better camera, etc. The only thing Apple is obsessed with more than thinness is battery life, so they could use that to cloak the thickness. Just increase the battery life for audio to 50 hours. They can market it as the iPod that will "let you listen to all your music for 2 days." No one will care it's thicker. I'm not saying it should be as thick as the iPhone, as it doesn't need that much space. But 1 mm more than the previous generation would have been fine.