This may seem strange but I probably won't upgrade because there isn't a 128GB model. Nowadays with a 17gb iTunes matched 256kbps music library and about 100 apps my 32gb iPad is full (and that's after deleting about 40 apps). That's all in well now but in the near future apps are going to be much bigger with the new HD screen - they're already hitting 1GB - so I foresee 2GB apps being "normal" now. Plus, I shoot 20MB RAW photos on my DSLR. I usually bring my iPad on trips but there's no way I would be able get away with using a 64GB model for what I think are MAJOR things: -Music -HD Apps -RAW Photos to edit in the new iPhoto -HD video rentals (for watching on a plane) I don't think having an iPad that can hold a decent music library, 1000 RAW Images (the current photostream limit), 4 HD Movies, and a nice suite of HD apps is asking for too much for a CONSUMER product. I really want to upgrade but think that likely this issue will come to focus once HD apps are released forcing Apple to update the iPad with a 128GB model next March. Hence, I'll probably wait for that as even now my needs wouldn't be met if I went HD. Does anyone else see this as a concerning issue?