For the touchscreen gurus out there, would it be possible to manufacture a touchpad which is positioned directly under a keyboard so that you could navigate the screen by lightly touching the keys with an extra button to press when you want to select something. With so many manufacturers going either the touchscreen route or the keyboard route or like the blackberry storm in having a touchscreen that is a button, why not have a keyboard above the touchscreen/pad where the keyboard acts as a touch conductor so that the pad underneath can detect where you are navigating on screen yet when you press a key on the keyboard have it override the selection area and type the desired key input. I assume the keypad should be as flat as possible to allow smooth navigation yet have enough seperation for accurate typing. (Should allow multitouch too) There should be a cursor on screen that should not be too obtrusive to whats happening on screen. The pros for this would be a solution that could incorporate both advantages of the haptic feedback of physical keyboard and the speediness of instantaneous selection and multi-gesturing that a touchscreen can provide. The programming required from overiding and remembering/recalling the last point of navigation to detecting a keypress should not be that difficult... Any thoughts? Sorry, if the english is not that good. It's not my mother toungue.