So I'm fairly sure I'll be upgrading my 32GB 3GS to a 4S. Most of my music is imported in Apple lossless and was like that on my iPhone until recently. Now though, I have about 35GB of music so I've converted it all using the "convert higher bit rate songs to 128 kbps AAC" option in iTunes. It annoys me that I have to do that and wish that Apple offered different bit rate choices but to be frank, listening via Airplay on an Apple TV, I didn't notice any worse quality. So now, all my music takes about 6GB on the iPhone. This means that I only use about 9GB in all! The #1 reason I want the 4S is for the camera, for both photography and filming. Should I get the 64GB, possibly keep all my music in lossless and have another 20GB for photos + film + apps or should I get the 32GB, keep my music at 128 kbps and have about 20Gb for filming + photos + apps? There's also the option of only having a selection of music on the iPhone ... I know this has been discussed multiple times, but I'd appreciate some advice.