Inside iTunes, with my iPhone plugged in, the summary page shows 23.3GB music, and .66GB free (there are several GB of videos, apps, photos, etc.) When I sync the phone, audio drops to 22.8GB, free space becomes 1.25GB; no music is deleted or added to the phone, but when the sync is done, it goes back to 23.3GB for music and .66GB for free space. I tried syncing a 200MB podcast, and iTunes deletes my pictures (which take up .11GB); when the sync was done, there was still plenty of free space for pictures (I forget how much,) but when I forced a second sync, iTunes said it didn't have space for the pictures. I went through all the tabs, and there should be space for what I want to sync. There are absolutely no errant video files, podcasts, iTunes U etc trying to get on the iPhone. And I know in the past I filled my iPhone all the way to just .1GB free space. Is there anything to do to use this free space? I'd like to avoid wiping the phone (I use the convert to 128kbps option, which means restores typically take a day and a half.) Really frustrating to see 700MB of free space that iTunes won't let me use.