Ok, So I'm almost ready to purchase the IPT. After reading countless posts on this forum and playing with one for infinitum at the store, I've decided to get the 16GB model. I don't think I would really need the 16, but if I ever want to sell it in the future (to upgrade to a more current version), I figure this model would be more popular with the masses than the 8. That aside, I wanted to get some feedback with respect to the usage of the IPT as a PDA. I know, first and foremost, that it is a media player and I intend to use it as such. However, the ability to use it as a PDA is what really gets my juices flowing. Coupled with its sleek design, intuitive interface and excellent build quality, the IPT, IMHO, is the ultimate portable device. Also, the fact that I don't have to commit to a 2 or 3 year data plan with a cell phone carrier is the icing on the cake (not that I could get an iPHone here in Canada, anyway). My main question relates to its usability as an internet and mail device. At home, there really is no need for a wifi setup for the IPT to access as I use my iMac when I need to get on the net (although reading recipes off the net while cooking would be convenient). What about outside the home? What are others experiencing with regards to accessing wifi networks in your city? Is it cumbersome, frustrating, unusable, or do you have fairly good success in finding wifi hotspots that make the IPT usable? Here in my home town of Ottawa, there are a couple of wifi spots downtown that are accessible (not many), but I understand plans are in place to improve this. Or, do most people just use their IPTs on their wifi networks at home where, to me, this would be the last place I would need to use the IPT as an internet device. Your thoughts are appreciated.