I never bought any music from iTunes Store, so the App Store is my first experience with it, and I gotta ask... what the hell is up with all these weird charges? Example. I bought the 2.0 update for iPod Touch for 75,00 SEK (Swedish kronor). First, it reserved 76,08 SEK on my account. A few minutes later, it reserved 75,00 SEK. After 7 days, the initial reservation of 76,08 was cancelled. Later, I bought Zen Pinball for 38,00 SEK. Now it reserved 72,36 SEK on my account. A few minutes later, it reserved 38,00 SEK. After 6 days, the initial reservation of 72,36 SEK was cancelled. So, iTunes Store reserves some arbitrary sum on my account (it can be close to the actual price, or double, or a fraction). Then it charges me the correct sum moments later, but holds on to the initial reservation for about a week. If Apple wants to borrow my money, they're free to call me and I'll see what I can do, but if they're gonna keep borrowing random sums of money without asking every time I buy some innocent little App, I'm afraid I'm gonna have to avoid buying apps. I mean, if I would do a dozen or so purchases over the course of a couple of days, these peculiar 'loans' would completely drain my account, and I wouldn't be able to go out and buy food until a week later when Apple sees fit to give my money back. Why can't they just behave like every other vendor on the planet and reserve only the sum that I shopped for?