Exactly, however, had I known this was coming out 2 months ago, I wouldn't have jumped ship from Sprint to ATT and bought an iPhone, but I am still happy with it (however, the price reduction is a whole other topic). As my sig says, I bought the classic, and it will be my first official iPod and am pretty excited for it. Had the Touch been at least 30GB I may have considered it, but 8 gig increase just isn't enough for me. For those that don't have an iPhone will love it though.This should be interesting. As an iPhone owner, I can think of no reason to get an iPod touch. I can see a good reason to get an iPod classic or iPod nano (high capacity or small size) but even the 16 GB iPod touch doesn't make much sense to me, because it's just not that big of a capacity jump, especially at the same price (now) as an iPhone. That's not to say that it's better to get an iPhone than an iPod touch if you don't already have either, as there are obviously people who don't want to deal with the service contract (and associated problems like switching carriers, not being in the U.S., etc).
Actually no job. I just retired. But saved my pennies for many years so now I buy the Apple Toys I want. (Well until my wife yells and says that's it).
You must have a nice job.