Here's my response to all the PDA rumor-mongering that's been going on lately. Apple created a world class MP3 player in the iPod. It does everything an MP3 player should do and does it well. It holds a lot of music. It transfers data quickly to and from your Mac. It can keep playlists, and EQ settings for your songs. And to top it off, sports a super-easy to use interface. To those of you who say that all Apple needs to do is update the firmware and add some UI features (stylus, keyboard): you are missing the whole point of the iPod. By glomming on these things you take a simple, easy to use device that did one thing very well, and you have made it a complex, difficult to use device that does nothing well. The iPod is the near epitome of what an MP3 player should be. Apple will not ruin it by trying to turn it into a PDA. I can see how you might get the wrong impression by the addition of the Contacts feature, but a PDA is more than an electronic address book.