One of the biggest complaints people have with the iPhone is it's lack of storage space (which is kind of funny to me, seeing as how 4GBs is the max for removable media; but please let me know if I'm wrong about that). I was thinking of ways that Apple could get rid of this problem, without having to change the iPhone hardware. I thought that Apple might do something similar with the 6G iPods that they are doing with Tvs. You pair your iPhone to a new 6G iPod with wifi capabilites (or even bluetooth, but I'm guessing that that would be impractically slow). You could pair your iPhone to one iPod, and the libraries would merge, and you would browse it just like it was on one device. It would just stream to the iPhone. So, in my limited theory, people that wouldn't have bought an iPhone due to lack of storage capacticy may buy an iPhone because now they have up to 88 GBs (iPhone + iPod) of space (or even more in the case of higher capacticy 6G iPods), and a 6G iPod as well. Or, nothing would change because it would be too expensive/power hungry. Any thoughts on that idea?