So, basically I had an iPod Touch 2g shortly after launch. I really liked it but was having some problems with it and I need to exchange it. So when I returned it to Radio Shack, they didn't have any in stock (and really wanted me to just get the 1g version) and none of the other local stores had them in stock either. So, I waited around for about a month hoping to get one, but never could find one in stock, so at the point in time I just decided to forget about it since I didn't really need it anyway. I loved the touch and really missed having it, but eventually I was able to get over it and move on So, now I've been looking to get an additional cell phone and I was looking into getting one that would have similar features to that of what I wanted most out of the iPod Touch. I had several phones I liked, but I narrowed it down to a handful with the Samsung Omina being in the lead. Basically, I have a Blackberry now as my main phone, but I wanted to get a phone that would have good scheduling, notes, calendar, etc. that I could use without always having to take my Blackberry. The Omnia looked good and of all the phones I had to choose from was the closest one to fitting my needs perfectly. So, I was getting ready to add another line, only to find out that Verizon changed their policy and all newer model cell phones require a data plan. I already have a data plan on my main line and didn't really want/need one on my other line, so that idea was pretty much shot. So, now I'm back at square one trying to decide on a good device to keep myself organized. Ideally that was going to be a cell phone, but since it didn't work I'm leaning toward the idea of getting a PDA like device instead. Looking online the world of PDAs is pretty much over and there are a few models left with basic functions and some nicer models that cost as much or more than an iPod Touch, so here I am back to exploring the idea of an iPod Touch. My main purpose for the iPod Touch is going to be to use it as a PDA like device, from the little amount of time I used it, I think it will do what I need it to do okay. So, basically I just want to know if it is a good time to buy the iPod Touch, mostly concerned with most of the problems being worked out that were there after release and also if any changes are scheduled in the near future. I've not been following the news of the iPod Touch since shortly after I got rid of mine, so I'm afraid I'm out of the know a little bit. Thanks so much!