A theory: the iPad and iPhone will never have feature parity. Apple will constantly have one in front of the other so we feel compelled to buy both devices. When the iPad came out, it had several features iPhone did not have, as well as an advanced 3.2 OS number. Now, iPhone has some features iPad does not have and iOS 4 running on it. However, a lot of iOS 4 for iPhone was catch-up to the iPad. Once iOS 4 for iPad is released, it will have some features not on the iPhone. Once hardware for iPad 2 is released, probably next year, it will leap ahead of the iPhone...until the new iPhone next summer. Then we'll start all over again with people complaining they just bought an iPad two months ago and now the iPhone has this and that feature. Apple has set us up for the same discussion year after year after year. It's gonna be great!