Hi all. I am eagerly awaiting the new iPad 2.0 due to the rumors it will have a camera and thus Facetime. So my question is: Won't Apple need to have a gigantic server farm and internet connection to handle the millions of iPad users who, on top of the iPhone 4/iPod Touch Facetimers, will be Facetiming? As far as I know, Facetime from Machine A to Machine B goes through an Apple server for 100% of the duration of the Facetime call. If that is true, then essentially Apple will partially become a telecommunications company. I am very hopeful the new iPad does have Facetime and sells for $500 or less(not reserving Facetime for the top of the line $799 iPad)...I would buy one for my mom and I and be able to Facetime her grandson.