Ok, before I even type anything else, let me say that by decent, I mean at least 3GS quality; just something you can transfer to your computer and would actually want to look at a second time. I have seen plenty of photos taken by the 3GS and they look great FOR A CAMERA PHONE, even in tough situations like low light, macro, etc. The tap to focus/balance feature is a nice addition. Obviously, I'm not looking for something to replace my SLR, just something to snap spur of the moment shots when I don't have any other camera on me, so let's not steer this thread in that direction. With the teardown of the new touch, it doesn't seem like there's enough room to put anything other than a nano-type camera in there. So if all we were going to get was a VGA video camera, I'd still be disappointed, although I guess that would put a little more closure on the situation, as we wouldn't have the production delay rumors still swirling. So, do we assume the camera, if there was one, was only going to be the nano camera? Given the space limitations, the 3GS camera definitely wasn't going to fit. To get a decent camera in the touch, it seems to me like there would have to be some serious work done due to the thickness of the touch vs that of the iphone. The 3GS camera just wouldn't fit in the current touch configuration. So what does everyone think? Does apple throw the nano camera into the touch at some point (maybe they see how popular it is on the nano before making a decision)? Or do they do some engineering work and put an altogether new camera into the thinner touch? Or maybe no camera at all. Jobs has said the camera is out of scope for apple's vision of the touch, but we all know he says stuff like that all the time, only to flip-flop a year later. Obviously, I'm hoping for a decent camera sooner rather than later, but I'm not holding my breath.