In no way do I want to bash the iPhone, because i have the iPod touch and love it. I am merely trying to get this community to see the other side of things. First off, that review of the Storm on Digg was HEAVILY biased. When he is talking about memory expansion, i remember that was one of the main things hindering the iPhone. RIM also listened to frustrated iPhone users when referring to the keyboard. To solve the problem, they added a 'click' mechanism to it. From the people i know who have it, they can type at a very good pace with it. Give RIM some credit. They threw in the glass touchscreen, something many competitors do not have. Multi-touch for copy/paste, and RIM said they were finding more ways to use the multi touch. Again, I know the iPhone deserves credit as well, but you need to give credit where credit is due. I love the OS of iPhone, the look and feel, but a also feel the Storm will really give it a run for its money, especially when RIM starts reeling out the App Store and other software revisions. Throw in the ease-of-use and the Blackberry gold standard to email and business, it could be a real competition. Let's face it, the Storm has its flaws like iPhone and every other device, but the deciding factor will be the type of consumer. The iPhone is more of a 'toy' than anything else.