First, I do agree, Flash does not belong on the iPhone. The chip is inferior to the iPad, the screen size is not conducive to flash content, and the smaller battery is a problem. However, the iPad would be a PERFECT solution to have flash. 1) The chip is a lot better, the A4 is based on a powerful chip, 2) the screen size is perfect for watching Hulu and other related content, 3) You now have a bigger battery. So many people would pick this up had it had flash. The ability to sit on your couch and go to Hulu or watch videos on the fly without having to worry about what standard it is, is huge. Now I'd even compromise, have it set so that all flash content is disabled, and the user will have to enable that specific flash content to play with a click. At least GIVE THE USER the option. The one thing I hate about Apple is that it's their philosophy that the user shouldn't have options, it's their game or the highway, which is why they're able to keep quality so high. I like that, but come on apple. HTML5/H.264 will come on its own as more people realize it's benefits. If it takes a manufacture to disable support for the popular choice, then it goes to show, that HTML5 isn't capable. Let the websites make that conversion.