I think people are making a mistake in comparing the device to just an iPod or just a PDA. As jobs cleverly alluded to in his keynote, this device is none of these and all of these in one. It is an entirely new approach to our digital experience. The comparison of iPhone to one specific device suffers from the same type of flaw as the complaints about the lack of Mac updates. Specifically, it is each person picking their singular issue they want addressed or function they want met and expecting that an absolutely amazing multi-facited device will serve there individual desire exclusively. Apple is obviously working on Mac related upgrades, we even had the leopard preview several months ago And, it's not as if they are suddenly going to stop making the hardware we can't get enough of. In fact, it is somewhat ironic to look back at all the advice many of us have given in the month preceding the keynote about what is quite likely the most frequently asked question on this site: Mac(insert product line here) v. Mac(insert other product line here), when should I buy? And what have most of us said over and over again? Get it now, this is a wonderful machine, they just updated it. Apple is working to make the best products around to serve each of our needs, lets give them the time to get it done, which, in turn, they have done over and over again at a miraculous pace with superb quality. I for one am elated at the concept that has been put forward with the iPhone. If I have one critique, it is that it is being called an iPhone due to the cohesive approach this device takes, but even that pales in comparison to the kind of daring and ingenuity exhibited today; it is of the sort that we will look back upon and say yeah, it all came from there. And you know what Apple did it. This is a great day.