Some of these threads are getting ridiculous. None of us have used this device and only had a week to think about it. Apple has put more thought into it than all of us combined. 1. Bezel too thick The bezel is that thick for a reason. They have obviously tested the device and felt it was necessary. Nobody here has held the device so we can't possibly know if a thinner bezel would be harder to hold. 2. No camera They just didn't think it was usable enough for the form factor. They have a camera in the nano so this is not a cost issue. Deliberately holding it back for Rev B also makes no sense because they can't afford to lose sales now. Rev B will have much more compelling advancements to get people to upgrade. 3. No multi-tasking I'm confident 4.0 will have some form of controlled multi-tasking. This is purely a performance issue. There is no financial incentive for Apple to disable multi-tasking. 4. No flash Apple honestly believes flash is crap. Again, there is no financial incentive to disable flash. It's not about forcing people to buy from iTunes. Even with flash enabled, you won't be able to watch Hulu. Hulu will never make an iPhone app because they block ALL mobile devices. You can ONLY watch Hulu on a laptop or desktop and if Hulu knew how to block laptops too, they would. Hulu was made to deter people from going to torrents. It was a necessary evil for the networks but they still prefer people to watch shows on TV. 5. Aspect-ratio Again, not a cost issue. A widescreen display would actually be cheaper as they are more widely produced these days. Some tasks (like video) would benefit from a wider display. Some tasks would not. For a general purpose device, there needs to be a compromise. The iPad also has a better resolution than netbooks and high pixel density than MacBooks. I don't pretend to know why they made all the decisions they made, but I know they had the time to think all this out.