This question is aimed at former Palm PDA users who now own an iPod Touch. I'd really like to replace my aged Palm PDA and ancient iPod with a single device. I use the Palm PDA a lot, but it has major digitizer drift issues (my third device to suffer from this problem), and I'm about ready to do really nasty things to it. But is there really anything better?? Would the Touch be an adequate replacement? I just went to a store that sells them, and one of the employees told me, "The Touch isn't really a PDA and never will be; it's really just an entertainment device." Well, I've looked in the app store, and most of the apps I use regularly now have equivalents available for the Touch, with the notable exception of a MS Word editor that can sync Word files back and forth. So I'm wondering: what (unwelcome) surprises might be in store for me as a Palm PDA user switching over to the Touch? I realize that there is no way to copy and paste (incredible!) so I'll miss that a lot. Anything else? For example, is there anything about syncing or accompanying desktop software that might let me down? Thanks for reading!