OK...now this is moving more in the direction of a true portable PDA/Computer. A small upstart company out of San Francisco released details today about their soon-to-be-available product: Get the details here: http://www.oqo.com BTW...this company was founded by the guys who designed the Tibook. My question is...why did they feel a need to go to the PC world to develop this device? Why is SJ so stubborn on the portable/pda issue? This device uses the same hard drive as the iPod. It also has a firewire port, USB port, 802.11 and bluetooth wireless. Battery life is claimed to be 9.5 hours. I couldn't tell, however, what it uses for input. Does it come with a stylus? Is the screen a "touch" screen allowing handwriting recognition? Are there any HWR programs that run on XP? Take that device, with a few modifications, scale OSX down, and that's what I am waiting for.