Make no mistake I think all the new Apple gadgetry announced today is great. But I suddenly am at a loss as to how new Apple media products apply to me. The new iPods, I have a 5G 30GB bought right when they came out last year; and if I were to buy a new one today, I'd still opt for the very thin one. I'd get no extra capacity. I'd get a little more battery life, a brighter display -- I use the one I have today as a flashlight to check the baby in the middle of the night; it's pretty bright -- and the search feature. Well okay I'd like to have the search feature, but not enough to replace the whole deal. Movies are great, but no DVD burning? The limited studio selection is fine; we have small kids and frankly Disney and Pixar would be our *first* choices for studio selection. But we would rarely if ever watch movies on the iPod screen and rarely watch movies on my MacBook. We need them in our room, the kids' rooms and the living room. I'd buy one of these iTV things for $300 but I won't buy *four* of them for $1,200! And where do I put all these movies? I suppose they are pretty big files. I have a 60GB hard drive in the MacBook, which is plenty for my work files, 15GBs of music, lots of photos, and room for more music and thousands more photos and quite a few home movies. Where am I gonna put 20 near-DVD quality movies? I know I'm supposed to go out and buy a new iMac with a huge hard drive to do this, but beyond setting up a multi-thousand dollar system so I can buy movies online, we don't need a new iMac. This stuff is great, but I get the distinct feeling I don't fit into it anymore -- unless I'm missing something. Anyone care to speculate on whether or not the search function and gapless playback will be made available on the last year's first batch of 5G iPods? Apparently they are calling the new ones 5Gs as well -- what? 5G Bright? -- so I'm wondering.