Some may feel its prudent to state this, given the potential future of iPhone (longterm) and even possible major upgrade following Leopard (short term), but I feel that the Community Sources via Installer.app are already lightyears ahead of Apple's iPhone software improvement program. I also strongly believe that it will continue that way; as Apple slowly rolls out new features, developers will be way ahead as far updates to their existing apps as well as newer and more creative and useful apps. The most improvable, upgradable consumer product on the market and going into the holiday season we have what fron Apple? A starbucks button and a useless wifi media store on the way? I say useless for two reasons: 1) I spend about 5% of my iPhone time on a random wifi network. The rest is on EDGE or my home or office wifi. If I feel the urge to buy music at home/work, it will be done from the computer then synced. 2) The fractional usefulness of this app is cripple further by these 4 and 8 gigabyte drives. Of course, Apple does the ability to create and release apps with stunning functionality and integration with the rest of the phone... However, how many of these have they done so far? 16 apps shipped on the phone, and some are a far cry from stunning. So what can we really expect? 1 new app per quarter with a usefulness potential ranging from 0 to 10. What do we get from installer.app? New apps and updates daily. Developers, the future of iPhone v.1 is in your hands.