Hi all, In my latest effort to rationalize the purchase of an iPod Touch, I've thought about its potential as a calendar/event/task planner. In short, my current project workflow involves dabbling with OmniFocus while maintaining a separate iCal calendar. When not at the computer, I use a common Staples weekly/monthly planner for entering in classwork, to-do lists, etc. I'm thinking if I replace the Staples planner with an iTouch, I could standardize on one interoperable platform, that would look something like this: At my Mac: Planning-> OmniFocus for projects, syncing with iCal database Acting-> anxiety.app, which gets its contexts and tasks from the iCal database On the Go with an iTouch: Planning-> Creating events, tasks, etc, within the iTouch's calendar.app, or some better app via jailbreaking or the eventual supported 3rd party apps. Acting-> Tasks from OmniFocus get synced to iCal, which in turn get synced with the iTouch, and vice versa. The big goal here is to have bidirectional syncing on both ends, for both planning stuff and acting on already-existing tasks. The question I put to the forum here is.... is that currently doable with a jailbroken iTouch? I know it can sync with iCal, but can the iTouch itself create calendar events and tasks that will be synced back to iCal? Has anyone tried a workflow similar to the one I outlined above? If so, I'd love to hear of any benefits of disadvantages of using such a system.