As iPod Touch users, we don't the consistent 3G wireless connection that iPhone users do and this has led me to ponder the possibility of "Push Wi-Fi" for the iPod Touch (and iPhone owners without an unlimited data plan). I'm a pretty heavy Wi-Fi user, always using apps that utilize a Wi-Fi connection, but when I'm on the go I dislike leaving my Wi-Fi on because it kills the battery searching for networks, much like checking and pulling email from a server every 15mins. With Push Wi-Fi, my favorite or most visited locations could be configured as first priority to "push" it's connection to my iPod Touch instead of leaving it on, searching for a random businesses' unlocked Wi-Fi connection that won't transfer data and let me surf the web. Now, this is a CONCEPTUAL idea and I'm wondering what everyone's take on it is. The technical scope of how it would work or to implement it is beyond me. But being seriously realistic here, could Push Wi-Fi be something of value that we could see somewhere along the road?