I know that this is a taboo subject to discuss. However, since demand for mini HDD's like the ones used in the classics are fading, it seems that the current classic is dying, so I have devised a theory that might keep everyone happy. My theory is that apple must combine the classic and the touch. the classic started it all, but the touch is now all the craze, mainly due to the app store and the amazing screen. The touch however has limited flash memory, and even if apple released a 64 gb version, audiophiles, and others with 64GB+ music collections will be disappointed. My proposal is this. What if apple released a version of the Ipod touch with a 120 or 160GB HDD, AND also 8 GB of flash memory to save files like album art for cover flow (which laggs on the current classics). This way, ipod touch can be complete, having the best of both worlds, combining an entire music library in a revolutionary touch screen device. 8GB flash chips don't cost much anymore and when the next generation ipods are released it will cost even less. Even flicking through thousands of songs on the new Ipod touch 120GB shouldn't lag because the names of the songs are saved on the flash, while the songs data is saved on the HDD. What does everyone here think? discuss.