I'm sure this has been talked about before but it just became more obvious to me in the last month. When I was down at MacWorld in Boston there was this company called Wheel, and it was similar to .Mac but A LOT cheaper and they gave you much more space. It was $40 a year and you got something like 3 GB's of space for e-mail and 500 mb or space for sharing stuff online. I think you also got more then just one e-mail account if you wanted. I love my .Mac account and it has become a intregral part of my life, but with other companies like that above coming out and out doing Apple, it makes it tough to keep paying for my .Mac account. Apple is supposed to be on the cutting edge of technology, I just feel like the size of a .Mac account is getting outdated. A couple of years ago 15mb or mail and 100 mb of space was plenty but now with people taking more pictures and sharing videos, that space fills up very quickly. I don't want to have to remove photos or delete e-mails that have built up over the last couple of years. I know I can buy more space but there has to be some point were they realize that what they are giving it not enough. Remember when a 10 GB harddrive seemed like a lot of space? Now there are apps that are over a GB themselves. They need to keep up with the "digital life" that they created.