The thing in the keynote that really caught my attention was the guy talking about the push notifications for apps like IM and such. He was saying that the service wouldn't be available until September, so... Is this saying that currently when 2.0 comes out, when AOL or Adium or whoever, puts out their IM client, when we don't have the app open, we won't be logged in, or we won't receive active updates about incoming IMs and whatnot. If it is the case of not being logged in, whats the difference between that and sticking with FlickIM that logs me out every time I browse away from it anyway? You already receive text message alerts while in Safari or the iPod, so why couldn't it happen without the support of a 3rd party application? I am a little confused on the whole multi-tasking issue, and how it's a problem for the iPhone, when a phone such as the Sidekick can run AIM and receive notifications, receive t-mails and browse the web all at the same time. While yes I understand that the Sidekick programs are pretty primitive, but you'd think the iPhone would be able to do something like this easily.