I'm trying to justify a 16gb model to myself this generation... This generation I am thinking I will not be adding any music to my phones storage. The reason being because I have unlimited data, so streaming from google music and/or iTunes Match means all my music is available as long as I have a connection. I don't have iTunes Match currently, but at only $25 a year, the extra $100 from moving to 32gb pays for 4 years! Ad free iradio is just icing on the cake. I'm also not a huge app user, just a few like weather channel, etc. I don't game on the device, nor do I consume video media (except streaming). So that just leaves the camera... I know photos are still 8mp which means you can store about 400-450 per gb. With backups every once in a while, not a problem even on 16gb. Now, video... On iphone 5 you could only record at 1080p. That's unfortunate because 720p takes much less space and looks just as good in most situations. However the iphone 5s supposedly does it's slow mo thing in 720p. They've also said you won't need to select an option for slow mo, it will always be available on EVERY video clip for after the fact editing. Does this mean every single video you take is actually stored in 720p, but at 120 frames per second? That would take even more space than 1080/30! Does it not record in 1080p any longer? I don't see how it could if every video is available for slo-mo editing after the fact, and slo-mo is only 720p... ---------- Just checked apple's site, and it does say video is still 1080/30. How is every video going to be editable for slo-mo then? I hope to god it doesn't store 120 1080p frames per second for every video.