I've been a long time user of Plex. I've got a Mac mini that's practically dedicated to the one application. It's an absolutely fantastic application and it just got a hell of a lot better. Plex has now replaced Air Video for me with the release of Alexandria and I'm starting to consider getting a smaller iPad. I've been eyeing the iPad since it first came out, but I've been really waiting to get one with iOS4. I'm hoping maybe Wednesday might shed some light on the delay, but I'm not going to post false speculations here. With the advent of steaming apps like Air Video, and now Plex that can do everything (Music, Movies, TV shows, Netflix, Hulu). What's the point of having storage space? I've been wanting a 64gb iPad 3G, but streaming makes it seem more like I'd be better off sticking with a 16gb. I've already got a Mac mini server at home, running Plex Media Server, and hooked up to a 4x1tb Drobo. I've got a 16gb iPhone 3Gs right now, and it stays roughly 7 gigs full of apps (maybe 2 of music). On average, how much bigger are iPad apps, and what is your take on storage with streaming becoming so popular?