I've played around with the iPod Touch and the iPhone at The Apple Store, of course. But, I was wondering what the experienced owners of said devices opine on the effectiveness of the Touch/iPhone as a casual writing device. Let me give you some background: I often like to jot down some notes, or write a few short paragraphs while away from my MacBook. I could write in a paper notebook, but then that would mean rewriting it when I get home. I'd much rather directly input it digitally the first time. Now, I used to do this when I owned a Palm PDA using Gaphiti and sometimes, a keyboard (I had a Treo 180 with a keyboard). I must admit, the experience wasn't stellar, and I've never been particularly good at working with little keyboards or even Graphiti. But, at least I could get it done. Now, my question: Is the Touch/iPhone at least as good, if not better, for writing than using Graphiti on a Palm PDA? Could this really serve me as a casual writing device? Or am I asking the wrong thing out of a Touch/iPhone? BTW, I plan to get a Touch if anything, but I figure there are probably many more iPhone than Touch users, and the experience is directly transferable from one to the other. I also like the PDA-like features of the Touch, of course. But I want to know if it's really useful for jotting down some text as well.